The car was purchased at 95,000 miles. I knew the person & needed something inexpensive. I you are the kind of person who will do oil changes every 3k-4k, transmission serviced every 30k, do the major overhaul/tune-up at 100,000 and again at 160,000 and not abuse the car over bumps/road, this car will last and last. At 171,000 miles now, its no luxury vehicle compared to what's on the road today but it is cheap to operate and and gets pretty good gas milage for a car built in 1997. If you are thinking of purchasing one with lower miles (if you can find one), I'd only purchase if you can be shown repair records. I figure this car will last till 200,000 miles.
This has been by far the best Chrysler
product I have driven. I purchased the
car with 43 miles on it, as a leftover,
and have driven it a trouble free
143,000 miles. My only complaint is
the seat travel, you feel alittle too
close to the dashboard, and with the
great room in the back, alittle more
travel would have been nicer. Now, at
143K, the car is beginning the old
nickle and diming. Radio is getting
flakey, bushing and suspension parts
need replacing. But after 143K, can I
complain? Hell no!
Has been awesome vehicle for ten years well worth the experience proving depenability and better than expected gas economy. Clean cut with some age spots and slight details to tenfd to mechaniclly. Solid record keeping on meticulous periodics
This vehicle has been in the shop once in 11 years for a minor repair other than normal service. I have consistently gotton 28 to 30 mpg and it handles as well as most sports cars. I have driven everything with 4 to 18 wheels and cannot understand paying 30 to 45 thousand for bells and whistles when this car can still be purchased in the low 20's.