21st Dec 2012, 22:49

Did you buy the car new or used, because if it is used, it could have been the way it was driven before. And as others have said, the car is compact, and it is not an easy car to work on due to its size. But to blame the entire company is a little extreme. Maybe it's the specific dealership you go to, and have you ever tried a garage? It is quicker than the dealership, plus they will fix a problem, because unlike dealerships, if you don't get cars and profits, everyone suffers. Dealership mechanics make their wage either way, because it's a multi-billion dollar company. I hope this helps, but please don't put down an entire car brand based on your experiences on one car.

17th Jan 2015, 17:47

I was unhappy with the dealership mechanics too. I had the camshaft sensor module replaced twice, and then the mechanic I now go to said that it was the wiring harness. Also the clock never kept time, so I brought it in three times under warranty. They said they replaced it, but I still have the same problem. I won't go to Dodge for my new car.