26th Oct 2004, 20:52
I have owned my '94 Dodge Intrepid since the beginning and it is now 2004. It just rolled over 244,000 miles and I drive it everyday as a work car. It is put through traffic jams, stop and go Detroit traffic everyday. it travels an average of 160 miles per day and all I have ever had to do was change the oil regularly and replace the front bearings once at 235,000 miles. I beg to differ that it is a bad car.
21st Aug 2005, 17:32
I own a 94 dodge intrepid it shuts off on me and at times it won't shift, I'd like to thank bobby for his help I'll try these and let you now if it worked.
23rd Oct 2005, 20:28
I would also like to thank Bobby for his comments, because I just recently bought a 94 Intrepid es and everyone was terrifying me with what they had to say about them. I would have to agree, it does sound like most of you are being ripped off by your mechanics. I had a mechanic who ripped me off for the past 3 years and trust me he will never ever see my Intrepid. I thank you all for your input and hope I don't go through the pain and suffering you all have been through.
30th Dec 2008, 12:51
Hey to whom it may concern, I bought a 1994 Dodge Intrepid SE.
It's like they say, never buy a car made on Monday or Friday. I am second owner of my car and it was taken care of very well. I like the car and have had nothing but good luck with it.
Like the man said, you can get a good one, which I did, and I love the car; have had it a while and it runs good.
Beats driving an import; I have driven all kinds of them and they are not reliable - they rust out from under; Toyota, Honda, Lexus, Acura, Mits, and Nissan are all the same, they all rust out from under you.
It is nice to have a car that doesn't let you down. I love my Dodge; I have had many Dodges and always will.
All I can say is good luck with your so called tuners or imports, I hope you enjoy putting a lot of money known as foreign. I will always buy American. My Intrepid runs strong and I enjoy driving it, it has real class.
19th Oct 2009, 22:13
I own a 1994 Dodge Intrepid. This is only my second car I have ever owned! I love it so much! I baby it and I am very attached to it. I have owned it since I was 16 going on 17. I am now 19 and the only problem I have had with it was my right ball joint went out. Until now... just last week it started acting up on me. It would shift excessively and it would shift hard. Then my gas gauge wouldn't go up, I would have to shut off my car and turn it back on, then it would move.
I ran some errands earlier today and it ran fine. Went home for a couple hours, then I had to run to the bank. Got in my car, started her up and let her sit for a few minutes, then took off. None of my gauges would go up and my gear lights wouldn't light up. Was driving down the road and it wouldn't shift.
I have no clue what's wrong with her and I would really like some advice or help. I baby this car and I don't want to get rid of her. Keep in mind that I am only 19 years old, living on my own and not making a whole lot of money. Any suggestions will be appreciated!
You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
18th Feb 2011, 15:37
Thanks everybody for the heads up on this car. I will take your advice and never buy one. I've never owned a Chrysler product, but this makes me seriously not want to. My father even cursed Dodges and Chryslers, and that was in the 1950s and 60s!
20th Feb 2011, 18:43
My story with Chrysler products is the complete opposite of most folks. I've had ONE bad Chrysler product. I've owned over a dozen of them. The only bad one was a '95 Dodge Neon. A Chrysler product is the ONLY American car I'd ever even consider buying. Had nothing but problems with Fords and Chevys, but my Chryslers were excellent. My current Chrysler is a '99 Cirrus LXi. 83,000 miles on it, and the only issue I've ever had with it was a brake master cylinder failing a few years ago. I love it.