1996 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 liter from North America
Water pump has had to be replaced twice.
Fuel rail had to be replaced.
A fuel injecter replaced.
Tie rod bushings replaced for $250 to $300.
Rack and pinion steering gear/ bushings replaced for $350 to $400.
Manifold gasket $200.
This car has great looks.
While a larger car, it handles very well.
Fuel usage is good for a car this size and good power.
Repair bills will put you in the poor house or into deeper debt with MC or VISA.
BUY TOYOTA OR VOLVO.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th March, 2001
28th Jan 2002, 20:55
Screw Toyota or Volvo, they are not REAL cars anyway. MY INTREPID, 135000 miles, NO PROBLEMS!!!
21st Jul 2003, 08:36
I own a 1996 dodge intrepid with 109,000 miles on it. It is by far the best vehicle I have ever owned. Almost nothing has gone wrong and all it takes to maintain it is a little weekly maintence. I love this car and would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone looking for a nice reliable car, at a reasonable price, without the hassle of always having to fix something. Gas mileage is supurb too.