2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible User Reviews
- $6,224 - $7,727
- No trim specified for this review
- excellent handling in the snow, looks good, no sound when roof is up
- mechanical problems, rust on body and undercarriage after just a few months, bad on gas, lot repair
I would not recommend this car to anybody.
I bought the car brand new.
It is so cute but spends most of its time in for repair instead of being driven.
Service has been horrible at every chrysler dealership.
Nobody wants to take responsibility for the problems I have been experiencing.
I paid for the rust protection and within a month I had noticed rust forming on the car. By the time the dealership took action the rust had created two holes in the body. The rust has spread to the undercariage of the car. And now they do not want to fix it.
Everything from the headcasket to the blower motor has had to be replaced and the roof of the car has been comming undone.
The car is only a year and a half.
I have had 6 convertibles and this is the worst one.
If I wanted to have car problems I would have bought a used car.
I really feel duped by Chrysler.
I will never buy another one ever again.
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