28th Sep 2008, 18:21

I had a 2003 Concorde LXi for three years. I loved the car but recurring problems such as the leather seats cracking (7,000 km) and rattles, made it less than my favorite of the sixteen Chryslers I have owned. Combine those problems with a dealer who could care less and Chrysler Canada's similar attitude - who would think I'd be the happy owner (for three years now) of a 2006 Chrysler 300 Touring? Guess one bad one doesn't spoil the whole barrel.

17th Sep 2009, 10:49

I have a 04 Concorde it has its problems just like all the rest. Like another guy said, you cannot expect BMW quality.

With that said, all in all it's a decent vehicle I've got 20" rims and 15" speakers that set it OFF.

Personally I though they were somewhat oooogly cars till I did my own thing with it, but if you're into that style they are good cars.

The real downfall is financing through Chrysler, that's the real nightmare... good luck peoples!!!

5th Dec 2010, 08:21

I bought a 2004 Chrysler Concorde LX with 166,000 miles just two months ago. I have found a few minor problems, but nothing major. The check engine light was a pain in the butt, but I used high mileage oil and Premium Shell gasoline, and it runs very smoothly now.

I only paid $3000 for it, and the physical condition was excellent. I would not say it is a great car, but for an old, high mileage, Chrysler, I couldn't be happier.

There is a problem with the acceleration though. This has been known for a long time though. That is why the LXi and the Limited have bigger engines. I suggest this car as a commute car as opposed to a personal or business use. Slow acceleration, but is great when you reach the speed you want.