6th Jul 2001, 13:01
I have a 2000 Concorde LXi with over 34,000 miles on it. Had to replace the R/L side view mirror switch, but that was it. The car rides as solid and quiet as the day I bought it. Would do it all over again.
16th Jul 2001, 06:58
Bought my 2001 Concorde LXi with 8700 miles on the odometer, and aside from a small scrape on the lower front plastic and a couple of paint chips, the car was brand new. No problems so far, and it gets lots of positive comments on styling. I love the new look that Chrysler has with the winged badge, and have wanted this car since 1999. I would buy one again with no hesitation.
26th Aug 2001, 05:38
There is a very easy way to fix your air conditioner's bad smell (which is quite common, may I add). Just get some air freshener spray for the car's A/C and apply it - this should solve your problem.
7th Oct 2002, 17:46
The mysterious smell from the air vents was my biggest nemesis in my ‘98. Few days back, I replaced the air filter in the A/C. It was all dirty with dry bugs and other debris. It almost fell apart when taken out. Whereas the smell was very strong before, now, it seems it went away.
31st Jan 2003, 14:44
I just got mine and I love it. I feel like a million bucks in it and I love the way it rides and handles. So much for sport cars for me.
11th Apr 2003, 12:14
I've had my 2000 Concorde LXI for 3 years now and only had a $300 repair to my wipers. A mind of their own. Everything else has been good. Unfortunate that front lights and battery are so hard to get at. As for looks, I haven't had anyone not like it.
1st Jul 2004, 10:27
My 1999 Chrysler LHS has had several problems with the window motor which were fixed under warranty. But the biggest problem is the smell. The last year we noticed a strong smell coming form the A/C. We took it to the dealer and for $80 they said they cleaned it and sprayed something in the system to keep the mold down. But two weeks after pickup the smell came back.
1st Nov 2004, 06:14
I've also started having major problems with possessed wipers on my Concorde. They seem to work as they want (or not) when they want. Has anyone found a true fix for such? Even when turning off now, they often stop in the middle of the window instead of going all the way down. And have also started back up, when turning off the ignition. The annoyance is one thing... but having them stop cold in the middle of driving in a hard rain is dangerous! Can't something be replaced without costing an arm & a leg?
15th Nov 2004, 16:20
I have the 1998 Chrysler Concorde and it has been a nightmare since day one. The speed sensors have been replaced atleast three times, the drivers side window had to be replaced, the speakers in the door are no good. I would never by another Chrysler again.
20th May 2011, 14:59
My 2000 LXI is now 11 years old with 130.000 miles. I still love it. After 100.000, my on off sensor for my gear changing went out and cost $130, so you must have gotten ripped off for $500. So far that is all the money that I have had to put into it, other than regular maintenance and tires.