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Chrysler can ****ing suck my dick.

Let me know when MOPAR in general makes transmissions, heating and cooling systems that work worth a ****.
 

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.. Power seats?

You can turn your seat 180 degrees and set up a table. I think thats pretty cool. Like I said, the only thing I've ever liked from that corporation was Jeep. But they do have some damn good ideas. Heated and cooled cup holders, and now a table in the back of the van? Call me crazy but this is the kid of stuff that makes most people buy a car. Now, a lot of people here buy them for power and so they can mod them. Well, a soccer mom won't be trying to get 350hp out of her Town and Country, nor will she be turbocharging it..
 

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Ummm... My grandpa had a van from the '80's-90's that had a table and the chairs did cool stuff also.
 

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Haha I think I remember those things. Did it have a friggen bed/couch thing in it?

And Chrysler's new warranty is a joke. You have to get a 'check-up' each year and if you miss your check up the warranty is void.
 

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Chrysler can ****ing suck my dick.

Let me know when MOPAR in general makes transmissions, heating and cooling systems that work worth a ****.


I don't like GM, but I own one. the majority of domestic vehicles aren't built like a mercedes. Cheap, high production vehicles have low quality control standards. you're getting what you bought if you buy a dodge (chrysler) vehicle, as well as GM, or Ford. Don't hold a grudge because you may have had a bad experience with one. My dad used to have a 94 Dakota (mom's now) with the v6 that was towing a 3500 pound trailer w/o the towing package. we had the higher class hitch on it that was made for the dodge ram. that tranny lasted for a year with burned fluid. wow, that transmission was absolutely terrible /sarcasm.

FYI: don't be biased, it makes you sound like a fool.


The new town and country is like a soccer mom limo. I like the table thing though, that'd be hella sweet.

So you have to make a check up every so often? whats so bad about that? quite worth it to make the little appointment if they're going to pay for all the **** that WILL go wrong with it.
 

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Hmm... I should buy an engine mod for my truck. Hey Dooms, what do ya recommend buddy (You have a 5.3 liter too no?)
Intake, Exhaust, Tune....the three cheap mods that wake up a naturally aspirated small block. From there, it's cam and heads.



Anyway, a table and rear facing seats in a vehicle are nothing new. Full size vans have had them for years and years.
 

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I don't like GM, but I own one. the majority of domestic vehicles aren't built like a mercedes. Cheap, high production vehicles have low quality control standards. you're getting what you bought if you buy a dodge (chrysler) vehicle, as well as GM, or Ford. Don't hold a grudge because you may have had a bad experience with one. My dad used to have a 94 Dakota (mom's now) with the v6 that was towing a 3500 pound trailer w/o the towing package. we had the higher class hitch on it that was made for the dodge ram. that tranny lasted for a year with burned fluid. wow, that transmission was absolutely terrible /sarcasm.

FYI: don't be biased, it makes you sound like a fool.


The new town and country is like a soccer mom limo. I like the table thing though, that'd be hella sweet.

So you have to make a check up every so often? whats so bad about that? quite worth it to make the little appointment if they're going to pay for all the **** that WILL go wrong with it.
I own, drive and work on two Chrysler products everyday....
 

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By the way. Mercedes reliability is very low, as is Land Rover, VW, Porsche, and Audi. Meanwhile Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Cadillac, and Buick are all above the industry average.

Buying a low priced vehicle does not mean you're going to have poor reliability. Sometimes it's the opposite because there is less stuff to break.
 
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