I bought this car from a old guy. It looked Nice. The owner saTransmission, engine, everything under hood, and gas mileage id its good works fine. My dad said don't buy it. 2 months later my transmission broke. 10 days later my engine stopped working and my reverse never stopped. Every 10 days it was with my mechanic. Now the check engine light is always on. It runs like a piece of junk. I tried clunking it but wasn't excepted. Don't buy it
Don't even consider it, dodge has long history of unreliable cars and trucks, this one's no exception, I bought mine used with 30k miles before 60k miles problems with, ac, trans, engine, paint, headliner ect...headlight mounts broke, too much plastic used on everything, had some friends at dodge dealer, they hated this car, from sales to the mechanics, I got rid of this car after 1 year of ownership a long tome ago, stay away from this one and any other dodge/chrysler/plymouth unless it's from the 1960's
The paint has been coming off of my Dodge Intrepid since it was 3 years old. This car has been garage kept most of it life. I have had transmission problems, steering problems, overheating problems, and A/C problems. The hood has never stayed up by itself and the hub caps came off until they were replaced with Intrepid wheels. The A/C vents and the cup holders were a really bad design. All of this happen before it got to 100000 miles. The one good thing I can say is that at 14700 miles it is still going down the road.