I have the 3.5 liter with the larger
wheels. Almos the ES, without the
nameplate. Plenty of power, and not bad
BUT...I had to REPLACE the tranny at
80,000 miles, my paint is peeling (the
dreaded de-lamination problem), and the
AC compressor is dead. I'm afraid to
shell out for a compressor, for fear
that something else will die.
This car is a potential money pit. When
it works, it's great. But the problems
have turned this Mopar fan into a Mopar
Good power, not bad for a comfortable
To Chrysler: Keep offering the big
manufacturer's warranty. A little 3/36
won't do. Follow the Japanese and Korean
makers' lead and put your money on the
long-term value of your product.
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