No one can say that the Nitro isn't sharp as can be in the looks department. It is quite the head turner, but as another wrote.. that's where the good ends. I have had several new cars over the years, yet none in the model release's first year. The 2007 Nitro is a prime example of why homework is important. They have many issues with this vehicle that they can't or won't address. It rides very roughly, the transmission feels like it's constantly searching for whatever gear it's in, the headliner squeaks against the underside of the roof, it has electrical issues that cause operations to fail, and it is cramped feeling inside. I traded a PT Cruiser for it, so go figure? Please fix mine..
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