We bought our Intrepid in 98 with 26k
miles. Having all family out of state,
we put a lot of miles on our vehicles.
This car had nothing but strange
problems - the tensioner when out at
70k, starter at 36k, oil sending unit
wiring harness at 96k, AC condenser and
cooling fan motor at 99k. Two weeks
ago, at 102k, the engine caught fire in
our driveway. Insurance is calling it
a total loss. We must admit that after
all the problems, we weren't surprised
by the spontaneous combustion and are
quietly relieved to be free of this
car. Both of us come from Chrysler
product families. Never again. This
one nearly cost us our home.
Trunk and legroom.
Some people might like being able to
have a marshmallow roast under the
hood, but we prefer not.
Umm, pretty much everything except
trunk space and legroom.
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