2003 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 H/O from North America
Chrysler should have never been bailed out, either time
Two transmission modules at $600 each.
Electrical problems galore, from the electric locks locking and unlocking by themselves, to the trunk popping open at highway speeds.
Gauge lights no longer work.
Ridiculous battery placement.
I purchased this car used for a very good price with just 41000 miles on it. One owner, car faxed right with no accidents. I thought I was getting a bargain, I heard the popping of champagne corks as I was ready to take ownership. I'm kidding of course, but I wouldn't blame them.
It's good money chasing bad as my father says to me every time I replace something. Crazy things happen all the time. I put gas in the car, start it to drive away, and it won't go into gear. Stupid stuff like that, very aggravating.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 7th December, 2010
8th Jun 2009, 19:31
As far as I know, the 3.2 or 3.5 engines never had problems like that... If it was the 2.7 I would be more inclined to believe you...