If you want the features and
performance of a $30,000 car for
$20,000 this is the way to go. I
travel approx. 30,000 miles a year
(all city) and have a total of 107,000
miles on the car with no problems at
all to date. The only bicker I have
with the car is a lot of rattling
comming from the cabin. But I quess
that is expected from a 100,000 mile
car. The gas mileage could be a
little better. Have the 4-speed Auto
and still shifts and performs like I
just drove it off the lot.
Wonderful brakes and extrodinary
handling! Great top-end speed.
The only thing I think that Dodge
could improve on this car (2.4 SOHC,
SE Coupe) is the accelleration and
torque. Little bit too small of an
engine so such a big car.
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