by msgolds on Jul 8, 2011 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
I picked up this vehicle used for a good price.
It initially didn't have many problems, but after a while I had a MAJOR problem with the electrical system where the airbag light will come on, the windows won't go up or down, and the heat a/c won't come on.
This usually happened when it was hot out (which is precisely when you need the windows to go down and A/C on).
I found out later that this was a common problem in this model, because all of these features are in a single circuit on the modular control unit.
The cost to fix the problem is higher than the Book Value of the car, bc you need to change out the whole unit.
Don't buy this car.
by Anonymous on Dec 7, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
Got this car in 2000 used with 70,000 miles on it have done regular maintenance oil change lube job etc, in 2003 serpentine belt broke, 2005 transmission replaced 2009 water pump gone replaced, after all that the car is very good strong ride comfortable and now going into 150000 miles the car is still pulling strong.
by Tara J on Feb 12, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
Bought in immidate need of a car after my caravan was totaled didn't have much info barely looked it over and honestly hated it. My radio/clock didn't work, bad AC,wipers just never were enough even new, had to replace brake lines, now brake pads and forever adding oil. Horn stopped working, and highlights weren't bright though bulbs were good. I barely got 17mpg in town, as much as I hated and didn't keep up manitence it was still A TANK! It got me where I needed to go and is still running strong with all that needs working on at 166000+ miles. I will miss the size, just bought a neon, but otherwise won't miss the car. Needs alot of manitence so much I just couldn't keep up. owned 18 months
by Wayne on Jan 19, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
Bought it used with 40,000 miles, now has 150,000. 3.5 liter engine. The water pump and timing belt needs replacement every 70,000 or so. Tie rod ends last about 5 years. It's a solid car, nothing fancy in terms of creature comforts, but dependable. I keep track of repair costs and it averages about 1.2 cents per mile driven, much better than 2.4 and 2.8 for my two Bonnevilles. It needs to warm up a while before driving in our cold winters. Daughter has it at college, and still is dependable.
by dsuden on Dec 13, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
Ok, it's not perfect. It has the same tie-rod issues everybody seems to have. But I presently have 268,000 miles on mine, and it still runs like a top. Extremely nice handling, very comfortable ride, reliable, original engine. AC has been out for years, and it's starting to show a little rust on the doors, and sure, I replace a part here and there over time, but I can't kick. It still feels like a luxury car, and I still love the design of it, inside and out.
by Ranchero_gurl on Sep 24, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Intrepid 4dr Sedan
my intrepid is my first car. i got it from my grandfather my junior year of high school. i had to rebuilt the trani at 120,000 and until 208,985 i haven't had a single issue with it. fuel pump, water pump, front tie rod, and timing belt are the only issues i've had with her. it's the perfect first car, sporty, efficient, reliable, and comfort, dodge so needs to start rolling them out again. i call her my old man sports car becuase of the comfort as well as the pep that it has. most amazing car ever, i'll hate to get rid of it.
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