Daimler-Chrysler Complaint - Another Chrysler Engine Failure
TEXAS -- Like so many others, I've found out the hard way that Chrysler makes a sub-standard product. My well-maintained 2000 Concorde now needs a new engine to the tune of $5K. This follows a varied repair job from just weeks ago that cost in excess of $800. The engine has less than 75K miles on it! Meanwhile, our GMC and Nissan, both with almost 200K on the engines, just keep chugging along. It makes NO sense that a 15-year-old car and a 17-year-old car are BOTH more reliable than my barely 4-year-old Concorde. SHAME ON YOU, CHRYSLER!