1998 Dodge Intrepid Consumer Review: 120,000 Miles and Going Stong

1998 Dodge Intrepid - Consumer Review

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120,000 Miles and Going Stong
By SeikoGuy on


1998 Dodge Intrepid ES 4dr Sedan


I bought the car new in May of 1998 after ordering a platinum exterior with camel leather interior (not the normal combination). Other than 2 transmission speed sensors (approx. $100 each) and the driver's side window regulator, this car has cost me nothing but regular maintenance. First set of brake pads at 113,000 miles, battery at 111,000, flush cooling system and transmission system at 116,000 miles. Oil changes every 3000 miles only cost $8.43 at the dealer. I sold my 94 ES to a friend and it is still being driven with 160,000 miles.

Best Features

Style, comfort, trunk size, AutoStick, great on highway, smooth but still firm ride.

Worst Features

Would like to see some "gee wiz" features such as: redundant stereo controls on steering wheel, telescopic steering wheel, heads up display (like Pontiac), and power (vs. manual) lumbar support.
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