2009 Chrysler PT Cruiser User Reviews
- $7,398 - $10,038
- No trim specified for this review
- Heated seats, lots of leg room, great in the snow!
- Poor quality leather/paint, poor transsmition, lots of vibration.
Purchased As Used
The first time I saw the PT Limited, I was hooked. It is a sleek looking car, with all the extra features for a great price. I read alot of reviews before buying this vehicle, and alot of people complanied about the poor quality of this car; however I ignored them all and bought the car anyway. Now, I realize that was a bad decision...the transmission skips very often, and after 2 months the car started to vibrate. After 5 months my fog lights worked whenever they felt like it, and the fuel injector needed to be replaced. After nine months the paint started to rust in the front of the hood, and the trunk.I also noticed the seats are not heating as much as they did when we bought the car. I'm very dissapointed in the PT, but still love it for it's look, space and comfort. My husband and I are now looking for a trade in and I will miss my baby. It is a great, spacious car, but the quailty is below poor. Do not recommend!
As many people said the gas milage is also TERRIBLE!!! I only get about 16 mpg in the city (if I'm lucky)...Pay a little more, and go for something of a better quality.
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