Typical Mopar, but that's not necessarily bad! Great drivetrain, roomy, attractive inside
& out, but build quality could be better. 3 door frame seals have shrunk, the plastic
cover around the shifter is loose, passenger-side mirror won't adjust, and a power lock
actuator had to be replaced. Mostly minor items...as this car ages, it'll probably be the
kind that nickels and dimes you to death, rather than catastrophically fail all at once! Base
2.7 is a bit slow around town unless you stomp on it, but at higher speeds it's pretty
quick. Roomy in most dimensions, but a bit lacking in front-seat legroom. 62000 miles.
Handles great, H-U-G-E back seat compared to most cars in its class, plenty of trunk
room, nice base stereo, one of the better cupholder designs I've seen, fairly easy to
service, attractive interior with a nice grade of cloth (for a base model)
More fore-aft travel for the front seats (non-power, base model), also more supportive
front seats, thicker window glass so the rear windows don't resonate at high speed
(most cars are like this nowadays though), typical minor quality control stuff like the door
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