1995 Dodge Intrepid ES 3.3 from North America
It's a great car for the price
I have recently fixes the two front axles and the bushings. Nothing major has gone gone wrong with the car, other than regular maintenance and some sensors.
I personally like the car, it is a great family car if you have children.
The space inside the vehicle is amazing. The seats are very comfortable, and after I fixed the axles and the bushings, the car runs very smooth.
It's a very great car, and I got a steal on it. I bought it for 1,000.00 a year ago, and in parts I've spent like 700.00 fixing the car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th November, 2009
7th Jan 2012, 11:11
We LOVE our 1995 Intrepid. Bought it new, and it now has 235,000 miles on the original engine. Can't say enough good things about it.
It's still stylish today, so spacious inside, gets 27 mpg on the highway and 24 mpg city. The engine is strong, and drives like a dream at 70mph.
It looks new because we paid $300.00 to have it painted by Maaco, has no rust, and this 2011 Christmas, the car got a new radio with DVD player. The old one with cassette player still works.
The 3.3 engine is the easiest car to work on, plugs and plug wires are easily accessible. The serpentine belt can be easily changed with 2 wrenches in 15 minutes. Still has the original struts. Did replace the CV joints with lifetime warranty units for $80 each.
The only problem with the transmission was a shift solenoid, which had to be replaced because it was overfilled by a service dept during an oil change.
Thank you Chrysler for a JOB WELL DONE, and to my husband for keeping up with the normal wear and tear maintenance.
Best wishes, Happyville Owners :)