Chrysler could do better making a reliable van. We bought our van in 3/98. It's a '97. Had 13K on it then, now has 126K. It is currently sitting in a parking lot 3 miles from our house because it died when mom was driving it. Hasn't restarted since. Needed a new tranny @ 60K. New engine @ 70K, 4 new air compressors ($1500/each), new clock spring, and God knows what it needs now. Paid $25,000 for it. It's junk. Most expensive vehicle we've bought, but pure junk. Body is in A- condition, mechanical has failed us numerous times. Our mechanic knows us by name because of how many times we've brought it there. Our Japanese cars have definitely outlasted this thing!
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