i just purchased this car and i am for the most happy i did.I have only had it for afew days,but i am concerned about the weather stripping.Can anyone let me know how much it might cost to replace it on all four doors?
I purchased a 2000 chrysler Concorde over 2 years ago and she's my baby. 100% reliable and this year as most reviews have reflected some years are bad with leaks and so on however the 2000 was the year that they fixed the tranny and lower motor leaks and seemingly fixed the seizing motor issue.
If you get the right color, this car's style/looks will be hard to beat. This is a roomy car with sleak line. Back seat leg room may be largest in its class. The one odd problem that I've encountered was a faulty gas cap. $10.00 for a replacement cap - no big deal. Although I've not had this problem, I've heard that Concorde 2.7 motors can go bad due to sludge. I'm wondering if synthetic oil would be a good defense against sludge. Does anyone know?
I'm 6'5" tall and have 3 teenage kids,
so I needed a full sized car to handle
us. The 2000 Concorde LXi fit my
needs perfectly. A large cabin (even
my 6'7" son is comfortable driving
it), good gas mileage at about 25 mpg
overall, stylish looks, and a great
interior with a superb stereo system
make this car an pleasure to drive.
We received this car from an estate. It was very well taken care of with only 62,000 miles. The car drives and handles great. Interior and trunk space are more than adequate. We've had to deal with some minor weather stripping problems. Then two months ago, the infamous 2.7 liter engine blew because of excessive oil sludge and timing chain problems. Chrysler has hired a company to deal with the engine problem claims. Their compensation is insulting and inadequate. Do not, under any circumstances, buy Chrysler products. I'm very disappointed with how they are taking care of their customers.