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What a Lemon!
by Fast CarZ from Philadelphia, PA | June 10, 2010
One of the worst cars I ever owned after the Dodge Shadow. This car could not seem to keep the clutch from burning up, the mechanic said that the auto tranny was just poor quality. This car was not a reliable one, and this was the last Dodge I will ever own. What a junk car, STAY AWAY!