Bought this lemon new in 1993. Since
that time it has been a continuous
repair case. Computer has been
replaced multiple times, fuel rail
split and Dodge said that was unique
to my car (I got the recall notice
about three weeks later for the same
thing), both power window guide on
front windows have failed and needed
replaced, needed valve job very early,
seat fabric wore out quickly, motor /
transmission mounts failed early and
needed replaced, and the list goes on.
I will NEVER buy any Dodge or Chrysler
Good rear seat leg room which is why I
chose this over the Toyota Camry.
Other then that nothing was
satifactory in the long run.
I can't say anything about the current
Intrepids but I sure hope they went
back to the drawing boards and
redesigned this lemon from the ground
up and actually designed "quality"
into the vehicle.
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