1996 Dodge Intrepid Consumer Review: Not bad so far

1996 Dodge Intrepid - Consumer Review

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Not bad so far
By Bartbilt on


1996 Dodge Intrepid ES 4dr Sedan


Good reliability and MPG, up to 30mpg on highway witht the 3.3 V6. No transmission problems. I'm 6'4" and have plenty of leg room, even with the console shifter. A\C broke and I have no intentions of fixing it. Currently have 147,000 miles on it with a few oil leaks. Handles well in the snow. I inherited the car from my wife and use it mainly to commute to work, 50 miles per day. Exterior is holding up well with regular washes and yearly waxing. Black exterior trim pieces are peeling. Also, lost two of the four center hubcaps on the wheels. Noticed that most others with the same wheels are missing some or all of the hubcabs. Wanting to see how many miles this thing will go.

Best Features

Leg room and MPG

Worst Features

Driver seat padding is thin and the backrest is a bit short
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