Chrysler and Dodge vehicles can be identified by any number of common issues, peeling paint, missing or broken lights, smoking exhaust, on on the back of tow trucks, leaking, stalling, on fire, etc. Chrysler drivers (when the vehicle is actually running) are usually found speeding to get in front of everyone, only to slow down and hold up traffic. This is usually the case when in a long line of cars on the highway where it will almost always be a Chrysler or Dodge at the front of the line in the high speed lane, keeping pace with a slow car (usually another Chrysler) in the passenger lane so nobody can pass. Chrysler hasn't mastered how to make a car that can make it over 50K miles without major problems, with most problems starting during the warranty period. Warranty problems are generally blamed on the customer and denied. Chrysler also will not take responsibility and recall a vehicle for defects or safety until absolutely forced by the government. Chrysler and Dodge service departments screw people as much as possible and either tell you they can not duplicate an issue, or tell you things like their cars are not meant to be driven over 65mph, or the vehicle should pull so if you fall asleep the car will go off the road. Buying a Chrysler or Dodge usually involves every single component on the car being an option so you are forced to haggle with the overweight salesperson in the circa 1970 suit with the bad breath and the balloons tied to the cars.
You would think Chrysler would give up the automobile business and try something else since they haven't been able to make a car that runs since the late 1960's.
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