Chrysler

Chrysler Town & Country



January 2001


Dear Chrysler Owner:


Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) about your
Chrysler minivan. Although conceived by former Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca
as the safe family van, it has been anything but safe and reliable since
Iacocca left Chrysler. Among its many problem areas are defective anti-lock
brakes, electronic overdrive transmission, tailgate latches
,
and poorly designed passenger airbags.

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Chrysler Sebring



July 2000


Dear Chrysler Owner:


Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS)
about your Chrysler Sebring, Sebring Convertible or Dodge Avenger. All
three models make the Car Book's worst car complaint list. Although called
a Sebring, the convertible is based on the Cirrus/Stratus built by Chrysler
while the Avenger and Sebring are built by Mitsubishi in Illinois.

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Chrysler LHS



July 2000


Dear Chrysler Owner:


Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) about your
Chrysler LH (Intrepid, Concorde, Vision, New Yorker, LHS and 300M). Introduced
in 1993, the LH made advances in design and safety, but are still subject
to the quality and durability problems of past Chrysler products, including
transmission, brakes and A/C defects.

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Chrysler Concorde



July 2000


Dear Chrysler Owner:


Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) about your
Chrysler LH (Intrepid, Concorde, Vision, New Yorker, LHS and 300M). Introduced
in 1993, the LH made advances in design and safety, but are still subject
to the quality and durability problems of past Chrysler products, including
transmission, brakes and A/C defects.

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Chrysler Cirrus



July 2000


Dear Consumer:


Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) about your
Neon or your Cirrus, Stratus or Breeze.

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