Air conditioner pump replaced at 60,000 miles.
2 windows and window rail fell apart 65,000 miles.
Front rotors warped at 68,000 miles.
Burning oil bad at 70,000 miles.
Seat adjustment levers fell off at 75,000 miles.
Replaced windshield washer pump at 60,000.
Trouble with shifter lever sticking and key not releasing from switch at 70,000.
Electric window motors replaced twice by 75,000.
Battery replaced twice by 75,000.
My 1998 Dodge Intrepid rode good at first, but now at 105,000 miles it feels like the springs are weak, and it feels like you're sitting on the ground.
I've had numerous problems from the air conditioner pump to the brake rotors warping, master cylinder and brake booster replaced.
Car has been well maintained and serviced, but I never had near the same problems with my Chevy Celebrity as I have had with my 1998 Intrepid.
I think the big car companies should be held responsible for some of these problems, considering the price they charge for these vehicles. The consumer just can't take a hit like that when they buy their vehicles, then put thousands more to have to repair them or buy motors and transmissions for them after several thousand miles. My Celebrity had 195 thousand miles on it, and all I did was replace the brakes, and tune it up and keep the oil changed.
I think Chrysler needs to take some tips from the people at Chevrolet, J. B In WV.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th March, 2010