Bought used with 36,000 miles. It now has 44,000 . Both auto doors went out about a week apart. Lift gate will not stay open. Power driver seat stopped working. Breaks are way under sized for the weight of the vehicle and need to be replaced. I get a slight shutter and wine when turning. It was hard to start in the cold weather. I do like the stow n go seats but they are a but of a chore to stow them. The value for it has dropped so much that I cant even trade it in. No one wants it including me!
No doubt, Dodge's are total pieces!
You should be thankful you didn't replace your entire transmission at 55k miles!
Kiss $3k goodbye at trans shop or $5k goodbye at dealership.
Not to mention, probably another $2-3k worth of various repairs between 50-85k miles.
Instead of taking our words for it, ANYONE - please please please call your local auto mechanic shops before buying a Dodge and ask them about the tragic and horrific reliability issues with their transmissions.
So what ever you do, don't buy a Dodge - period.
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