The car is dark green; the paint on most horizontal surfaces has oxidized so badly, the car appears to be green and white now.
There is a large rust spot on the back left quarter panel and small rust spots all over the roof.
The electronic idle motor failed and that was very expensive to have repaired.
The pulley that runs all the belts is a two piece pulley; it broke and then broke the timing belt cover. Both had to be replaced.
The hydraulic cylinder in the clutch failed.
The car was delivered with a dent in the left rear quarter panel; the dealer sent me to a body shop in Calgary that was out of business.
When I took delivery, the low gas light was on - I had to buy gas just to be able to drive it home.
The switch on the driver's side to activate the interior light when the door opens has not worked properly since I bought the car - it usually sticks and requires manual intervention to activate it.
I do not smoke and rarely use the cigarette lighter; it is only used to power a hand held ham radio. Recently, I noticed it was loose and I discovered that it had literally fallen apart. (I would like to meet the engineer who designed the location of this device; it must have been quite a party).
The power mirrors quit working within months of the warranty expiring.
The screws have become loose on the trim along the driver's side door.
I have written to Chrysler several times and have been ignored every time.
My wife drives a Maxima and it is a truly wonderful car.
I will never buy another car from Chrysler.
Turning on the air conditioning as I drive down the road feels like I pulled on the emergency brake.