I have owned many dodge vehicles over the years, about 20, and I have never had so many problems with any vehicle like I have had with this one.
Brake system is terrible.
Replaced pads and rotars twice in 10 months.
Chrysler aware of brake system problem, unwilling to take responsibility.
They made car model knowing it could only take 1 type of tire, no snow tire. Tires run over $220 per tire. There are many recalls.
Car can cut off because of the the key fob system can easily slip from on to acc, this is very dangerous, loss of power steering and brakes, and other recalls.
Spoke with Chrysler about issues, denial is their best defense.
Needless to say, I will not be revisiting dodge.
None, disappointment too great.
I am not sure, was Chrysler bought by Fiat? They should probably not try to push out an inadequate vehicle just to break into the market.
Maybe class action would get their attention, you tell me.
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