This car is a great car for anyone who
would like to own one, put few miles
on it each year, and sell it prior to
60,000 miles. Chrysler should be shot
in the head for using the crappy
engines (2.0 and 2.4l engines) in
these cars. After 60,000 miles, trade
it, sell it, whatever, just get rid of
it. A head gasket leak will turn into
a $3,000 repair in no time. Other
than that, great response, great
handling, and an all around economical
car in a good package.
Very nice stock sound with the premium
package. Cab-forward design makes a
tall fat guy like me comfortable in
it. CAb-forward design makes folks in
the back seart comfortable too.
Engines need to last more than 60,000
miles. ALso, the passenger seat is
slightly uncomfroatble, as it does not
cradle the occupant in any way. The
trunk lid is more like a hatchback
than a sedan.
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