Fun to drive, but maintenance intensive
Driver's side power window regulator was making a thunking sound and needed to be replaced. The other three are now making the same sound.
Windshield seal leaks water in a high pressure car wash.
Brake switch (cruise control) needed to be replaced.
Transmission was shifting from 4-3 VERY roughly, needed to be reprogrammed. Was told that the fix was a patch to the old trans programming; why should I pay $170 to fix their faulty programming?
Blower motor resistor needed to be replaced. I would not recommend getting the Mopar part for this - it's a known issue. Just get an aftermarket and install it yourself. You might have to do a little cutting into the duct to make it fit, but you'll be better off.
Despite all of the problems in just 20,000 miles, this is a very fun car to drive. It's no roadster, but as far as getting from point A to point B, it's one of the most fun cars I've ever driven for that purpose. I do enjoy getting into this car and driving it where I need to go.
Fuel economy is not bad for a mid-size. I average 25 MPG and can easily get over 30 MPG on the highway with a little careful driving.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 8th August, 2009