The ball joints all had to be replaced, both tie rod ends, both front struts, rotors and pads, rack and pinion, drivers window regulator. But especially, hood rusted through at leading edge (saw this on many others). This all before 65,000. Was good car but had a high maintennce 'front end' (and ignition - wires and plugs). Was garaged and driven normally. Had the 98 Breeze before - same problems but it leaked oil by 30,000 miles to the tune of 1 quart a week. Am glad they stopped making it so I won't buy another. My brother had similar problems with his, plus the notorious 'front wheel bearing' problems.
Fuel economy. Pick up (when it had it).
Redesign the hood so the water doesn't get trapped under leading edge. Make front end components more durable (much more).
For the past three years the only thing paid for other than my car note were oil changes. Great performance and low maintenance costs. Fun to drive. Easy to accelerate when passing other vehicles. Fast off the line.
Power windows, power door locks, power seats, cruise control.
it's a shame that crysler stopped the
cirrus, it's a fun car, that looks
great.Unlike my parents cars,
(toyota,and ford) i have had NO big
problems with mine. Since 2000, the
only thing that has happened is that
there is 1 rust spotunder the
hood,small,and not noticable unless u
open the hood,and the window froze
once. THE CIRRUS IS A GREAT,SPORTY CAR,
WITH REMARKABLE HANDLING AND
ACCELERATION FOR A 4 CYLINDER 155HP
VEHICLE. IT'S A GREAT CAR FOR ANYONE,
AND IT LOOKS,FEELS, AND DRIVES JUST
LIKE NEW, 4 YEARS LATER!!!!!!
I AM ONE HAPPY OWNER
NICE FRONT DESIGN
THE BACK DESIGN (LIGHTS) COULD USE A