I bought this car a year ago from a college student who had just graduated. It was given to her by her grandfather and had extremely low mileage but lots of bumps and scrapes from shopping carts, nothing major. It was advertised low mileage 67500 but that the rear power windows did not work, knowing a thing or two about cars this did not scare me at all. She was asking $2300 I drove it on a short run and offered her $1900 she took the offer so rapidly that it scared the crap out of me, thought something has to be wrong with this car. After a year of part time usage it now has 73,400 and runs like a top, no problems just yet, but I'm afraid to brag as that will certainly bring the bad luck gods after me. The window problem was simply a lack of usage and the motors needed to moved slightly to clean off the corrosion and they've worked perfectly ever since. This car does not do anything outstandingly well, but it does everything in an above average/okay manner. It doesn't handle like a sports car doesn't accelerate like a corvette and doesn't stop as well as many cars that I've owned. But it does everything in an above average manner. Absolutely no complaints, the leather interior is like new as a car of this mileage garaged most of its life should be. We also have a RAV4 that mostly just sets around and we like to drive this one as just being - well it just fits.
When i first got the car last summer 2015, it blew my mind, it had 174,000 miles on it and now it has 185,000 on march 1, 2016 and through that time period the car astonished me. I live in buffalo, NY (GO BILLS) and you must know the snow is horrible but thanks to the front wheel drive and it's powerful torque and 2.5 liter engine V6. (LXI version) it hammered the snow without any issue, this car is the real MVP of Chrysler, the homemade american car really has done a great job in taking me back in forth to whatever, or wherever i need to be. i still haven't put to much money into, i probably spent 2000 into the car including gas, oil changes, regular maintenance (tire rotation, air filter etc.) and I including the car accident i caused myself(mind you i'm still a new driver.) overall this car truly deserves a award for its strong life and its persistent ability to keep on starting everyday i i turn my key. this is truly my Ferrari ;).
Got this as my first car. Bought from my uncle who babied it everywhere and kept it maintained. It had 130k when i bought it just over a year ago year ago. Now has 155k and still counting. Replaced struts and ball joints at 140k which is a fairly common repair. One blower motor resistor. Being a 17 year old country boy, i knew my way around a car. I BEAT this car to no end. I chirp the tires about 5 days a week every week. Ive topped it at about 115, feels scary as any sedan should! Ive left massive burnouts and clouds of smoke behind me. My car has been up to the doors in mud. Been thru a foot of water. Jumped a few RR tracks...doesnt skip a beat! Quick acceleration, great handling. LOVE IT
I got the cirrus as my first car. It is simply amazing, I love the power it has and it looks great. The car has had barely any problems, usually cheap fixes and it has minor rust issues. I got it with about 75000 on it and now its at 80k. I'm planning on keeping this car til it won't run any more.
The amazing power it has and the design. Can definitely tell it from other cars.