I have 27,000 miles on the car and the engine is being replaced.
The engine light came on for no reason and the dealer couldn't find anything wrong with it. Shifting is the worse.
I thought it would settle in, but sometimes you don't even know the gear you are about to shift into.
You get lost.
I can't put a regular car mat down on the driver side because the shift pedal catches the mat.
The service departments are really there to go above and
beyond the normal problems.
They have had my car for on month and want me to pay 10 days or more on a rental, while I'm payinng the car note and insurance on a car I can't drive because they are so slow in fixing it.
Customer Care gets no where
I do like the screen size, roomy trunk.
Improve the overall quality.
Steps were skipped here...
Your story is just the same as ours....except our service manager has had every engineer from Chrysler working on our car due to the engine light and all of the electrical going on and off. Our service manger was nice enough to note our whole account that the needed to be bought back. We have made it past customer service and are now in negotations with a mediation company. I don't think replacing the engine is the solution, all the engineers that have worked on our car have not even suggested that. They replaced many other parts, to try to figure out why the voltage spikes keep happening. After reading these reviews we might have to get something totally different than the dart.
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