1999 Chrysler Concorde Reviews
1999 Chrysler Concorde Reviews and Owner Comments
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I wonder how many of these cars (Concorde 1998-2000) were built?
My mother bought a brand new 1999 Chrysler Concorde. It was really a beautiful car finished in the extra cost candy apple red pearl coat with a tan leather interior. A beautiful car indeed, but it suffered from Chrysler's infamous quality control woes. The worst was when the transmission died at 12,000 miles. Other problems were a bevy of electrical gremlins and a temperamental climate control system and rubber weather strip moldings coming unglued on the rear doors. The Chrysler rode nicely and boy was it roomy inside. The standard 2.7 Liter V6 was barely adequate for merging on freeways and the gas mileage wasn't very good. However the gas mileage did improve by 1 mile per gallon after a new transmission was installed under warranty. A beautiful car that unfortunately lacked quality control.
I love my Concorde has run great since I bought it 5 yrs ago. I am now just having problems with the shifter and speed sensor. Hope it will be fixed. I love the ride and it has been very reliable otherwise. I live where it is -45 and only 2 days where she needed a boost. I would buy another one.
Got my 1999 Concorde new, had the required maintenance done on it at the times required. Vehicle now has 2444495 miles on it and runs as good as the day I got it. Have replaced the fuel Pump, Timing Belt and spark plugs, have gone through 4 sets of brakes, and two sets of roters, but the car is great, wish they still made them.
very good traveling car. cheesy electrical system, but overall not very reliable in the end.
The car is a very good running car except for a few minor things,at 100k My inner bushings on tire rod started to go,starter is giving me problems.I don't beat on the car I actually baby it,driver side window motor has stopped working too.Its now 2010 and I only have 101k miles and the problems just keep coming.