Last Modified: 09/20/06
Most of the items on my Problem List put me over the edge forcing me to do these extraordinary steps to get the word out on Daimler-Chrysler automobiles and service. Many of these have been reported by other 300m drivers that I have found on the Internet. Maybe some of these seem trivial. They might be on a $15,000 vehicle. But this is the "flagship" vehicle of the Chrysler line-up and it cost 2x as much or more.
The "Enthusiasts" Respond
"MOPAR or No Car"
"Ford - Found On Road Dead"
Yeah.. Yeah.. Cute. I'm impressed with your intellectual capability to analyze my website and come to this realization.
Some people just don't get it. Just how are these comments directly related to the purpose of this site?
No Car is better than MOPAR.
I've taken some heat on the internet by 300m enthusiasts. Some people are loyal at all costs. They refuse to acknowledge that the above levels of quality and service is unacceptable regardless of the brand. That's fine. I got no love from this group but I wasn't looking for any. Somebody has to buy Chrysler if they are to remain an automaker.
This premium vehicle (2000 model) came with a strictly enforced minimal warranty (3/36000 Basic and Drive train) which increases your "pain" as it drains your wallet with out of warranty repairs. The Lexus ES300, which I consider to be a competitor and superior vehicle, comes with better (4/50000 basic and 6/70000 drive train) warranty which you probably won't need if you trust JD. Power ratings. Even the "lowly" Camry comes with a 5/60000 mile power train warranty! If you want this level of coverage from D-C, you need to factor in the cost of an optional extended warranty.
Of what value is a warranty if the can't or won't fix it anyway!
Service That Sucked
Warranty Repairs? Customer Service? That's was a joke.
Here's just how nasty they can be.
That's typical 5 star service. Don't take care of the customer. Don't fix the problems. There is no denying it. That's why My Chrysler sucked!
It should be noted that I had to block access to my site from this dealership when I first started this campaign. They thought they were being anonymous accessing the site and logging in with hotmail accounts to send comments. IP's are tracked in the message header.
This site was last updated 09/20/06
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