by DR on Aug 9, 2010 Vehicle: 1991 Plymouth Acclaim
I bought the car to pull a trailer as well as for transportation. 3 Kids drove car until they left home. Rebuilt transmission at 150,000 miles Car still in use at 270,000. Would love to get another at this value
by J Collins on Jul 28, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Plymouth Acclaim
A decent car in its time. Mine now has almost 77,000 original miles. Original paint has peeled off the top side of the car and the interior fabric is faded, but the fabric is not worn, not torn, and the seats are in very good condition and comfortable. The comfort of the car is excellent. It is solid and quiet on the road. Other than normal consumable parts like brakes and tires, the engine has needed the head gasket to be replaced twice and the MAP and O2 sensors have failed once each.
by Korruptor on Jun 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Plymouth Acclaim
Great car. I bought it with
80,000km's (49,710 miles). Drove it
pretty hard (as I generally drive) and
it held up very well. even though the
road to the cottage is rough on trucks
(let alone cars).
At about 110,000km's (68,351 miles)
the tranny gave out. Other than that,
it's been good.
by Karen Stevens on Dec 1, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Plymouth Acclaim
Very reliable V-6, 25 and 29mpg
highway,20 in town. 200,000 miles the
trans gave out. Repairs: 2 sets of
front brakes, 1 set of rear brakes with
wheel cylinders, Transmission at 77,000
miles (Chrysler covered it at 50/50) 2
tie rod ends (L&R), short fuel line
100,000+ miles the during routine hose
and water pump replacment the water
transfere tube under the intake
replaced, alternater and starter
at 125,000 and rear shocks, front
struts still OK, ignition switch twice,
cooling fan replace with after market.
A/C worked until the last 15,000.
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