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1997 Dodge Intrepid - Consumer Discussions

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I have a '96 Intrepid ES with 3.5 liter but no autostick. These cars do not have a great reliability history. Here is what I have had repaired in the 27k miles I've owned (I bought the car with 55k mi...
70's rotors. I'm sure the modern ones on the Intrepid are lighter, more high-tech, more expensive (easier to warp,etc). By the time you throw in new calipers, brake pads, etc, I guess $647 isn't th...
I bought my 96 Intrepid used at 27,000 back in Jan 1997. It now has 78,00 miles on it. So far I've had in in for numerous front-end problems and it still pulls to the right. Lots of brake problems, i...
you mentioned and harping on the Intrepid's styling (a.k.a. the "squished whale" fallacy). The Intrepid and the Concorde were routinely honored for their styling when they debuted in late 1...
More than three decades later, the Hemi makes an impressive comeback in the new Dodge Ram Heavy Duty pickups. Still as thunderously powerful as a Jimi Hendrix riff, but spiffed up to answer modern fue...
is that if you look at the rear of the Charger, while the taillights look like they came off of an Intrepid, when they actually come on, there are twin circles on either side, just like the '68 Charge...
As for me, I satisfied my lust for "new" wheels by picking up a 1997 Chrysler Town & Country. 3.8 L V6 with AWD. The thing outperforms my 3.2L Intrepid both in performance and ride. And ...
So, that it why I would continue to buy either a Dodge Dakota or a Dodge Durango. I wouldn't mind also buying a Jeep Cherokee (regular or Grand), a Chrysler Concorde or a Dodge Intrepid. I now beli...
the new V-6 engine family introduced on the 1998 Intrepid/Concorde and 1999 300M/LHS models. The car engines are also SOHC, but they're 60-degree V-6s with aluminum heads and aluminum blocks with iro...
I have a 2000 Intrepid with a 2.7 and 76K miles, and no problems yet. Supposedly the LH cars and the minivans were the most troublesome Chrysler products when it came to trannies....
a big difference between a Stratus and an Intrepid, in terms of size, room, performance, and price. They're completely different classes, and no one car could make an adequate substitute for the two...
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