Love the power. I went with an automatic because it was getting to be too hard to work a manual clutch in all this freaking traffic where I live (North Carolina), due to all the idiots who can't drive. Going from a 4 cylinder to a 6 makes a big difference. The power is well worth giving up some gas mileage.
My only complaints are: The glove box is too small (can't even put the owners manual in it), the car has a very bad blind spot (no big deal, just listen for the other guys horn!), and on the 2002 model on the back window was a piece of plastic on the dead center and very bottom of the glass. This was used to put your hands on it when you close it, so as to avoid finger prints. On the 2003 they took it off? Why??? I hate it after every time I wash it, somebody gets fingerprints all over the glass, trying to close it.
A neat little trick I learned the other day about newer model Chrysler cars is, there is a way to check your car's computer for error codes, rather than paying through the nose for a mechanic to hook up one of their tools to it. This only works on Chrysler's with the digital odometer and trip meter.
Simply go into the car, hold down the trip reset button, put the keys in and turn the car to RUN (not START). Run is when the dashboard lights up and everything comes on except the engine. Then let go of the trip reset button, and the car will begin to cycle through a bunch of numbers. 111111, 222222, 333333, 444444, etc, etc...
At the same time, the needles on the tachometer, the speedometer, the gas gauge, and the temperature gauge will move up and down all the way. Once this is done, the car will show you its serial number, then if any error codes have been saved in the computer's memory, it will show them too. Write these down quick because it doesn't stay up long.
After a couple of seconds, the dashboard will light back up again and start chiming, then everything is back to normal.
The website I found with all of Chrysler's codes on it is: www.ptcruizer.com/computer-codes.html
I am very satisfied with my Jeep. I, on the other hand had a very nice experience with my Chrysler dealer. Very friendly, caring people. I have friends who have bought from them, and have been very satisfied with their purchase, and have not had any problem with them standing by their warranty.