Me either, but I would still go check it outI will NEVER buy another Chrysler product. Period!
Yeah, it looks okay. But like almost anything Chrysler manufactures, its resell value drops faster than a 1,000 pound barbell into a 500 foot lake bottom. I remember in 1981 and again in 1988, Chrysler products retained the lowest ACV you could imagine when used as a trade-in. Not just the dealer's used car manager's/appraiser's opinion, but the figures quoted in those little black books they carried in their pockets for reference. And those things were updated weekly. Not monthly, like the NADA book.
Only the base 4 cyl will be shared with the Dart. At least it will be the FIAT one not the craptastic GMA 4 that the Sebring/200 had.I don't think the Dart has been an extremely reliable car so far, and the new 200 will share the same powertrain design. I like it but not sure I would risk it.
Often mine will quickly get up to 6th gear, then immediately shift back down to 5th for a second, then back up to 6th. I think it does this because I'm fairly light on the throttle during take offs, and I'm still trying to gain speed after it's in 6th gear.I don't feel my 6 spd hunting at all. However I downshift it myself when I want to accelerate so that could be what you are talking about.