I bought this car new and still have it with 340,000 miles. Has original engine, trans rebuilt at 300,000. Normal maintenance. Some minor problems but overall good performance. all it does is run. Won't quit. Got a new Hemi Charger but still drive the Dynasty to work.
This has truly been a great car, but it
is time to say goodbye. The engine is
almost at 160,000 miles now, and we got
her at 88,000. She's only needed minor
repairs, but now since she is old, more
things are starting to go wrong. The
electrical completely went out (nothing
works but the headlights) and every
time we fix it, it goes out again
within a few days (strange, huh?).
There is a heavy rattle in the engine,
but what can we say? It's been so good
to us up until now. We can't complain.
I will miss the plush seating, interior
lights (when they worked), and the
Was looking for family transport, at
6'4", the Intrepid on the lot didn't do
it for me, so I tried the Dynasty.
Boys, this baby packs performance,
handling, comfort, and style into a
great package. 3.3l V6 power, good
economy, handling that rivals anything
on the road with tight, responsive
steering. This thing challenges my
Daytona 2.2 Turbo off the line and
holds well to the top end. A definite
Smooth power, responsive handling,
great Infinity sound system
Bring this one back, Dodge Boys. The
cab-over design is NOT the end-all of
automotive design. The classic lines
of the Dynasty are very desireable.
I have had this car for almost 3 years
and it has only had 2 repairs and for a
10 yr old car thats pretty good. Very
roomy but the outside look it really
bad. I am a young person and it is
more of a boat then I would really like
but it has great power with the V6.
Very roomy inside and large trunk. V6
doesnt hurt either.
I dont think they make this car anymore
so I dont think there will be any
I bought this car because I thought
they had more to offer them a Taurus.
Now I had a chance to get a great buy
and a comfortable car too. The bigest
headachs are no cup holders in the base
modle, and the back doors pop open or
do not latch shut in cold weather. I
have to warm up the car and then the
(both) back doors will stay closed. I
also was surprised to put $300 in
paint to remove lower body surface
rust. I guess when they warrenty 10
years against rust through it best have
a hole in it.
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