I use this car in business and usually
drive 1000 miles/week. I service it
regularly and keep an eye on fluids.
It has been reliable with only a
transmission servo and oil pressure
sending unit going out. It has the V6
and performs well.
One of my trips is 460 miles--
Interstate driving at 80 and still get
Comfortable and simple inside. I'm
going to try to get 250 or 300K out of
it as long as it is reliable.
Comfortable responsive car. Bit noisy,
both exhaust noise (probably
intentional) and wind noise (really
crummy window fit) quite noticeable,
along with elevated road noise. Sound
system works OK, but sound
disappointing. While from a reliability
standpoint this is one of Chrysler's
more trouble free models, even so you
will need to budget more money for
repairs. Tires make a BIG difference in
handling. Eats front brake pads.
Comfortable seats, nice big sunroof,
roomy trunk, very large range of motion
in the driver's seat. Stable ride.
Reliability. As with most Chryslers, at
the two year mark lots of stupid things
start to go wrong. Work on your
QUALITY. For example, outer tie rod
ends should last more than 45000 miles
and sunroof motors should not fail at
Look out. Brakes are forever needing
replacement. The transmission is
always a problem. If you own one now,
get rid of it before she exhausts all
of your savings. This was the first
time I had ever bought domestic, and it
has ruined my belief in American
automobile engineering. All current
owners of this money pit should get a
full refund from Chrysler with
compensation for the stress involved.
They stopped making this garbage.
No further comprimise of quality for
quick sales from buyers who bought the
car for its looks.