1995 Plymouth Sundance Hatchback from North America
A small reliable inexpensive car
Timing belt slips.
Oxyegen sensor needs to be replaced.
Rewiring at 60,000 miles.
A very reliable car. It has run forever, with only minor maintince. It is durable, and wonderful.
I wish Chrysler didn't replace the Shadows and Sundances with the Neon.
Not much power.
Small for three people.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th January, 2003
The last year sundance/Duster was made was 1994. Could not be a 95 model.
I had a 1992 Dodge Shadow 2-door. I loved the car. The reason I had to get rid of it was, the drivers door hinges were rusted to a point it would not stay shut. When going around a sharp curve, the door would fly open. I had to tie the door shut, with rope and get in and out from the passenger side. Now you might think this car looked like junk, but it didn't. When I gave it up it had 218,000 miles on it. Honest, original motor. I did have to replace the timing belt at 100,000, but that's all I ever did to it. When I traded it in, the Dodge dealership service manager bought it for himself, to put the motor in a sundance he had.