1999 Chrysler Concorde LX 2.7 from North America


Paid to much to buy it to spend so much fixing it


A/C quit working, speedometer quit working, odometer quit working, car breaks down when slowing down, power windows work when they want, air leak in windshield, outer parts of the car fall off, front speakers quit working, the car looks great, but doesn't run worth anything. I have 4 years to pay on this car and it is sitting in my driveway broken down.

General Comments:

I take very good car of my car, I am not sure why things quit working... I paid good money for it too.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No

Review Date: 9th July, 2004

6th Sep 2004, 20:06

I have a 1999 Chrysler Concorde LX, and I bought it used, with 93,000 miles on it. The air conditioning works pretty good, but the passenger side blows a little warmer than the driver's side. The speaker system works good and everything in the car seems to be in order, except for the brakes and the rotors. I have to replace them, but otherwise everything seems to be great! Maybe you bought a lemon? Depending on whether you bought it used or not I suppose. I really like my car and I am sorry yours has had so many problems.

3rd Sep 2005, 11:55

He didn't buy a lemon, he bought a Chrysler.

1999 Chrysler Concorde LX 2.7 V6 from North America


A massive sized car with massive elegance!


Obviously I purchased the car used. At the time of purchase I noticed that the car pulled to the right. I had the front end aligned and this did not help much. I then had the tires rotated and now the car vibrates a little at 60MPH. But I do not think that any of this is the fault of the car or the manufacturer. Most likely it was damaged or just treated very poorly by it's previous owner.

General Comments:

I had wanted a Concorde since they first came out. They are just big, good looking cars. So when I saw this massive car for sale I traded my 2000 Stratus to get it. I am in love with this car. The engine runs good, albeit small for the size of the car. The car is so very comfortable. When I get tired of this car I will probably upgrade to a newer Concorde. The car is very good on gas and once it is up to speed it can hold it's own. I love the lay out of the controls and the cars overall friendly design to big people.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th June, 2004

1999 Chrysler Concorde LXi 3.2 Liter V6 from North America


Luxury for Less


The interior lights flash frequently, so does the dashboard lights when you turn the lights on.

The weatherstripping on driver's and left passenger's side have come off.

The weather stripping around the front headlights have come off.

The trunk light occasionally works.

The car sometime "shakes" when it is turned on.

It is sometimes hard to get the car out of a gear especially park.

I'm nervous that steering problems with develop with this car. I've been hearing a lot of problems with other Chrysler LH platform models such as the 300M, Intrepid, and LHS. More of the problems and crashes have occurred with the Intrepid, but they are built with the same parts.

General Comments:

The car drives beautifully.

The styling is unique to the Concorde and sets itself apart from other cars out there, even the Intrepid and 300M.

The outside looks very sumptuous, but the leather seats, fake wood trim, and plastic interior components make the car seem cheap.

Lots of interior room and especially the rear seats are very comfortable. The front seats could use a little more lumbar support.

The 3.2 Liter V6 has good power and torque, although a larger engine like a V8 would probably better suit this car.

The Chrysler Dealership needs better service quality and better customer service.

So far I've only experienced minor problems with this car, but I am considering of getting rid of it. I've heard that over 55,000 incidents have been reported with steering failure in Chrysler vehicles, not counting the other numerous problems.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 11th June, 2004