1994 Chrysler LHS 3.5L V6 from North America
Honestly, a piece of junk that people should avoid
Chronic air conditioning problems, resulting in repairs every year. Fuel rail was replaced twice. Blower motor was replaced. Currently, transmission is being completely overhauled at a cost of $1000 to $1600. Numerous interior rattles that they can't seem to get rid of. The Infinity premium sound system blew out at 40,000 miles and would cost $800-1000 to replace. It never lived up to is "premium" billing either. The sound was quite poor. I wouldn't buy this car, and will sell it as soon at the transmission is fixed. The other problem I wish to avoid: common water pump problem that takes out the timing belt when the pump goes. I will sell it before this happens.
Though this car drives well, and the recent transmission trouble is the only major engine/drive train trouble, my conclusion after owning this car for 5 years is that Chrysler doesn't know how to put a vehicle together. This was their top of the line, luxury vehicle that went for $30,000 new. When you pay that much you shouldn't have to put up with so many body rattles. This car has been well cared for, but is more trouble than its worth.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 22nd June, 2001
25th Feb 2002, 19:48
I AGREE and am very troubled why a company such as CHRYSLER can sell such a piece of JUNK. I have an Eagle 95/Vision - same thing, won't run, $6000.00 in repairs and the car still won't get me to work and back. It stalls and dies.
The motor was completely rebuilt 2 times in a 1 month time period and the valve body and torque convertor replaced. From fuel rails to o-rings to head gaskets to all the electrical components /fuel pump... whatever short of a new car. I've bought it, as each Chrysler/Jeep Dealer thought what was the problem... it turned out it still has all the same problems and no one can help. Why can Dodge/Chrysler do this to the American public, I will never know. Thanks. Don't buy a DODGE/CHRYSLER ever.