Spitzer dodge (Lakewood), the dealer
who Chysler insisted I keep taking the
car to for repairs to their incompetent
warranty work never did repair all the
car problems. The anti-locks don't work
again, they damaged the wiring harness
causing additional problems, feul guage
doesn't read correctly, etc. They
couldn't even adjust the alternator
belt. You could here it in the
showroomwith the car parked in the
street and the service manager insisted
that was normal. Engine and handling
are good. Brakes have been serviced
twice due to rotor surface peeling away.
Fun to drive. Drive train is reliable
aside from brakes. Works great in snow
with Blizzaks as long as you keep it
under 3000 rpm.
Daimler Chrysler has convinced me that
they don't care that they can't repair
their products. (I have 2 TSI and 2
SL's) Service personnel need to be
trained. Brakes are not up to snuff.
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