2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible User Reviews
- $6,224 - $7,727
- No trim specified for this review
- Looks good for the first few miles until design problems wear holes in top
- After 17000 miles, holes started to appear on driver's side back canvas
I attempted to get top replaced under warranty, however the "inservice date" was April of 2004, was't able to get car into dealer until May 2007 due to travel for work. They refused to replace top. My vehicle was one of the first on the road. MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE TOP REPLACED BEFORE THE 3 YEAR 36,000 comes around or you are out of luck! We even had the maximum extended warranty which does not cover the canvas top. Even the service advisor at the dealer said that there were several other convertibles that had holes in the exact same place as the holes in my top. I also would let you know that the car with only 17,000 miles was gargaged at all times. Definitely a design or material problem as the average life of a convertible top should be 5-6 years. NEW TOPS COST $2000-$3500 at dealer less where sanity prevails. NEVER WILL BUY A CHRYSLER PRODUCT EVER AGAIN.
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