I purchased my Dyno fresh off the
assembly line. She only had 2 tenths
of a mile on her when I signed the
papers. Today she has over 180,000
miles and asking for more. I did have
to replace the transmission, but at no
cost the dealer paid (great).
Original sound system was replaced
with cd changer and in dash cd
player. The air conditioner system
has been charged only once (ice
cold). For a better ride and style
upgrade I moved up in tire size with
chrome wheels. The Dyno is my work,
pleasure, long road trip, and hauler.
The trunk consumes almost anything I
buy. I would buy another Dodge
product but the one I have is still
doing her job very well.
I work at a car dealership and took this in trade. Looked like new, 44,000 miles on it. I've driven it 10 miles and am most satisfied with the fuel economy, 20MPG in town, 28 on the road, with the 3.3. A/C was blowing warm, had one can of R-12 coolant and put it in, now the A/C is cold. Better than the A/C on my '02 Altima here in the Las Vegas heat! Sports car? No, but it looks like cars used to look, boxy, and has been very dependable. I see far newer and "better" cars on tow trucks day... as I pass 'em coming and going to work.
Comfort, I'm 6'2 and 250 pounds. Cold A/C, even for Las Vegas summers. Economy, 20MPG day in day out, not bad for full size older car.
This is my third car and I am 22 years old. To me this car would not have been my choice in car because of the appearance of it ( not being my style ). The car is super comfy and out of the other cars that I have owned this is the best one. However I am having a few problems with it. The hood latch is sticking, it stutters when I accelerate, and the buttons for the heat and air are sticking. With an old car I expect to have some problems but overall its a good car.
The extremely comfy seats, the spacious cabin, and how everything is conveniently within reach of the driver, and the storage compartments.
Could have come with a factory CD player, and the body could have been a little less bulky. Sturdy but not so bulky!
I've owned my Dynasty for two years
now, and I am very happy with it. It's
got 150k miles on it now, and still
running fine. Nice and comfortable,
plush and relaxing. I am also fairly
tall, so I like the spacious cabin. I
need to replace some front end
bushings, and one hydrualic valve
lifter has become a bit noisy, so it's
probably due for a replacement. Nothing
strange though, when a car has passed
150k miles. I keep up service intervals
and oil changes, and I expect to take
this car at least over 200k, hopefully
Nice traditional styling. Large cabin.
Fairly large trunk. Soft and
comfortable seats. Wonderful highway
Rides somewhat roughly over bumps. A
folding rear seat would be a blessing
and a half! The trunk is big, but
doesn't accomodate long items.
I've had my old Dynasty for 2 year and
before then my grandma bought it new.
The car has been a great vehicle for
both of us. We did have to replace the
original Transmision(which is the
achillies heal of these otherwise solid
cars) and it was with a better designed
more up to date tranny.All thats been
done since then was some basic
mantinance, a o2 sensor, and a cold air
intake. The car is quite powerful with
great gas mileage(even without the
upgraded air intake) and runs like a
dream and looks great after a good car
wash. Not a bad car to have , even for
a 23 year old.
Strong V6 engine, rides great,
reliable, well tuned speaker housings
that made even the factory system sound
great. Great road trip machine even at
its curret age
the front end looks nice but the rear
of the car looks UGLY! The paint is a
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