Used 1994 Chrysler Concorde Consumer Reviews
Owned since new, only problems were with the air conditioner system. Great gas mileage. But the center console is way too low for the average driver.
I LOVED this car... until the transmission needed rebuilding at 60,000, and the ENTIRE a/c had to be replaced at 88,000 ($1700). Then there was the water pump and brakes, and how many other repairs that I simply didn't think should have needed repairing. When everything was working, I LOVED this car... until the next thing broke.
My mother has a car just like it so I went out and bought one too. Dont regret it one bit. They are very comfortable cars and they have power if thats what you want. Mine has all the options so I really enjoy driving my car, even on long drives. The only down side is the large engine is not very good on economy.
visually innovative for its time. expected power from a 6-- lots of room but.......... with only 2000 miles the tansmission quit shifting..lots of recalls- seats, A/C, and other stuff. seats are hard on the lower back and were not supportive.. its been in the shop 27 times under warrenty. and more nickle and diming after warrenty. poor quality overall compaired to Honda or Toyota.
Don't buy this car. Mechanically unsound. Despite religous oil changes, bottom end traumatic failure at ~80000. Transmission rebuild at ~90000. A/C evaporator failed after extended warranty expired. No factory help. Blown head gasket at 167000. Several water pumps. Needed rotors every 17000 until we found NAPA's thick rotors. Front rack only good for ~80,000. Tie rod ends only good for ~90000. Car gets decent milage for a larger sedan. Pick-up so-so. Maneuvers well for its size, and drives and handles like a smaller car.