My wife drives this car and drives it
badly. Ergo, my fuel economy when she
drives around town is about 16 mpg.
When I drive on the highway, I get 29
mpg. It's difficult for me to get my
fat self into the front seat, so the
the power seat is a plus. It handles
well and runs quietly. I've changed
the oil twice so far and it hasn't
siezed up yet, imagine that! Anyway,
the looks of the car are superb, but
looks won't hold value if the guts of
the car are weak. Depreciation is a
big minus on this car, so I'd recommend
you buy one used after one or two years
and not more than 20,000 miles.
The car handled our family vacation
marvelously, the trunk room and back
seat room were worth it!
All power everything is good.
Factory tires are very good, so far.
The 2.7L has sufficient power to get
The oil filter position is
excellent for the do-it-yourselfer.
Butane Blue ... I like it, my wife
Comfy seats. Good A/C.
Mopar should learn to build cars that
don't have a rattle in the dash.
Warranty repaired the rattle in my car
by adding a foam insert. BUILD IT IN!
you numbskulls. Further, the hemi from
the 300C should be in all Chrysler
products weighing over 2000 lb.
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