2000 Dodge Intrepid from North America
My electrical system went haywire, causing the car to shut off while in use.
My oil system (then engine) failed due to an admitted failed oil pump design. They expect consumers to shoulder the cost of their new designed pump and replacement cost of 1,500.
The seat broke.
The window motors died and the windows still don't roll up smoothly..
This car is on its way to a class action law suit that I need to be in on.
The transmission has felt like it has wanted to die since 50,0000 miles.
The electrical problem is also very common and is surely due to another design flaw in this model.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 8th November, 2005
5th Nov 2005, 18:59
I could not agree more with the comments about the door trim. I did not notice any gaps until my warranty was up. The electric locks and electric windows on this car are terrible. I have had each repaired at least 3 times in 6 years.