Used 1993 Chrysler Concorde Consumer Reviews
Good design and pleasent car to drive. Handles very well for a largeer car. Interier is spacious, feels roomy. Road noise is somewhat of an issue. Only major mechnanical problems have been elelctrical in nature. None were expensive to repair but were elusive to determine. 3.5 litre provides plenty of power and decent gas mileage. Good ac/heat controls.
The car is awesome to drive and accelerates very quickly for only 153 horses and for the size. The only problem I had with it that it was consistently needing some part replaced.
This vehicle has been the most reliable that i have ever purchased. With several trips to florida from MA under its belt and a small collision to boot. The power delivered from the 3.5 is unsurpassable from a car of its size and weight. I would like to see some aftermarket body effects for it, though.
this car after over 10 years of driving, many air conditioner repairs and a transmission rebuild. Great classic styling, it still looks like a newer car. Handles good, long trips are a pleasure too. I know I want a Camry or an Avalon -- but they just don't have the styling, class and appeal of the Concorde.
Just traded this in on a new Infiniti I35. Bought it in 1998 with 85,000 miles on it - trraded in with 143,000. This car has been a pleasure to own - had all options and the 3.5 L engine. Never had any trouble that one would not expect, except the air quit working about 3 years ago (I rarely used it any way). Cruise all day 75 mph and get 27+mpg doing it! Mpg not so good arounf town (17). Surprisingly nimple, great pick up, very comfortable, nice styling. Nver had any serious mechanical problems; did have to replace a water pump and the automatic antenna. Did have some rust...but all in all, this was an excellent value.