Water pump at 75,000 miles.
Alternator around 100,000.
Starter just before I traded it in.
Suspension components break easily, especially sway bar links.
Windshield wipers are useless on windy days or at any speed over 65 MPH; wind lifts them off the windows.
Fuel pressure regulator shortly after I bought it.
Front sub frame cradle mounts began to fall apart at only 110,000 miles; no excuse for such a thing to happen with that low of mileage.
Headlight capsules broke every time I shut the hood, the aftermarket replacements are designed even worse.
Headlights do not illuminate the road well, I compare them to cars of the 1950's and 1960's.
Instrument cluster completely died on me, got a replacement from the junkyard cheap.
Cup holders broke.
Well I've driven worse cars, but that's no excuse for most of these problems.
The car was comfortable and roomy, fairly smooth riding.
Performance and acceleration was decent, good enough for a family sedan.
Handling on dry roads was pretty good, but the wide tires and relatively light weight made driving in rain and snow a total pain. Do not buy one of these cars unless it has traction control. I don't think mine had ABS either.
The 3.3 liter V6 delivered OK fuel economy, maybe 27 MPG highway on a good day. There are many other V6's in similar sized Hondas, Toyotas, GM's and Fords that did much better though. One good thing about this car is I never had any engine or transmission problems. I've heard horror stories though.
These could have been some decent cars if Chrysler had bothered with a little more research, development, and testing. This era was the true dark ages of the American Automobile.