They only want your money
Oh god... where do I start?
My oil light started flickering at 21,300 miles (Whenever I am at a stop sign). Dodge fixed the sending unit, but problem is still not resolved.
Head gasket blew at 35,900 miles. Dodge repaired it and said my warranty didn't cover the head gasket so I had to pay $1,800. (Upset about it at this point).
Engine started stalling about 5 seconds after start up randomly at 43,960 miles (very unpredictable, random times.) Check engine light would even come on for an hour or two after it stalled; it started right back up. Dodge says I don't know what I am talking about (now I am angry).
Engine started knocking at 57,240 miles. Dodge says the engine needs to be replaced (they want $6,500) and they refuse to replace it. (Keep in mind the car is still under warranty, I have even followed the maintenance schedule and it was even serviced at the Dodge dealership where I bought it from.)
Today at 58,633 miles: my car is dead and will not start, I am going to file a law suit.
I hate this car and Dodge can go screw themselves.
Excuse my bad language, but this is not right. The car is even under warranty with proven maintenance records, and Dodge won't do anything about it.
DON'T BUY A DODGE, IT WILL COST YOU IN THE LONG RUN.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 15th November, 2008