Subframe bushings went bad, found it's a common problem, set me back $185. VERY scary situation.
Steering rack bushings were shot, steering was extremely sloppy, yet another dangerous situation.
Tie rods ends failed because of the bad bushings.
Tires went bald quicker than a receding hairline.
Oil pan rotted out and puked the oil all over the ground; luckily I caught it in time as I was under the car when it happened.
Door seals have shrunken, leading to floor rot under the front seat.
Exhaust pipe is cracked and leaks, of course to fix it I have to replace the converter on the passenger side.
AC failed like almost every 90's Chrysler does, typical of their poor design of not using aluminum pipes, metal ones rotted out in no time.
Master cylinder failed again. From what I was told, this was the 4th master cylinder this car has had.
Previous owner had the transmission rebuilt 2 times, once at 88k, 2nd at 150k, even though he cared and maintained the transmission properly.
Power windows are slow, motors have been replaced countless times by the first owner.
Headlights are yet again broken, previous owner replaced them at 120k, they are now broken again at the adjustment points, and are clouded.
Despite the problems...
The car has a very nice ride, as well as good handling for a large car.
However I don't like how the dashboard is laid out. You literally have the bend over to adjust the climate controls.
I don't smoke so I store my change in the ashtray, but the ashtray falls out upon looking at it; it's a design flaw that causes it to slide out.
Good looking car when they are in good condition. I've seen some with the ES body panels, and they really set the car off, however that doesn't make up for the large amount of problems the car had.