I was good when it was covered by a warranty
My 1998 dodge truck was a real nice machine until it hit 100,001 miles, then it seemed like everything went wrong with it. First the engine would knock during a rainstorm. That was after a recent wire plug and distributor (way up underneath everything) change. Then it would refuse to start good on misty/rainy days... (sounds like old school dodge problems to me) I changed the coil, put in a fresh battery, and even changed the fuel filter/pump in the tank to make sure that might not be a problem. It ran for a while after that and this spring the transmission went. I only have about 125,000 miles on this truck, and it was always used highway to commute to work. That was with regular check-ups (oil, tires, etc. etc..) I guess that good old general taking care of cars is not good enough some times?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 10th April, 2007