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Great car, reliable and easy to own
by Paul from Chicago Illinois | February 23, 2008
I purchased a 91 Acclaim as a winter car. I have the 2.5 L four, and the car has air, automatic, pwr windows and locks, as well as rear defrost and outside pw mirrors that defrost as well.
Everything works great, and the car is 17 years old. Had to replace normal things like battery, coolant, belts and brakes, but this is an extremely dependable car. Starts up every morning, even whent the temp is below zero.
Alot of people have forgot about the Acclaim as a used car (since Plymouth is no more), and they shouldn't. I'm sure the Dodge Spirit and Chrysler LeBaron are just as good, since they are basically the same car.