2004 Chrysler Concorde consumer reviews

$23,480 starting MSRP
side view of 2004 Concorde Chrysler
87% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.1
  • Performance 4.0
  • Value for the money 4.0
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 3.8
Explore the 2004 Chrysler Concorde

I went in to get my car fixed

I went in to get my car fixed because my check engine light was on. It was turned off when I picked up the car. But two days later it came back on. I called and got the runaround. So I paid $318 for nothing. Why waste your time with this dump


Comfortable with lots of room

Everything you could ask for from 2004. Heated leather seats, premium stereo system multi disc CD, cassette and radio. Power everything with lots of room for long legs or luggage in the trunk. Good 3.5 six cylinder engine with pick up and comfortable ride. Power sun roof that vents and retracts all the way back. No smokers and I have kept it very clean inside and out. Great for 45 mile commute each day. Have enjoyed this car, but need to downsize.


Most reliable car I ever owned

This car meets all of my needs it has plenty of legroom and I love the way it rides. The features are wonderful everyone in my family love it


Roomy, dependable

Enjoyed owning this car but it was hard to get replacement parts due to age of car I didn't need the trouble and it was time to replace it.


Great driving car, comfortable, fast and stable

The best all-round car I?ve had. Especially for winter driving where it behaves like a 4 Wh Drive. I have ported and polished the intake manifold then added a cold-air intake for even better mileage and power Plan to ship the battery to the trunk for better balance as well. The Limited has the sporty suspension of the 300m with the capacity of the Concorde, very pleasant to drive. Hope to keep it for years as it is a cleanly-built car I can understand and repair myself.


Most reliable car I have ever owned

This car more than met my needs. Comfortable and reliable. It is excellent in the snow and is a very comfortable ride. The only problems I ever had was general maintenance.


This car is a classic

I've had this car since new almost 14 years ago. 130,000 miles and very little problems. Styling is wonderful and I'll miss it when I decide to go electric.


Kids call it "The Mafia Car"

Large family car, trunk is so huge you could fit 2 bodies in it. Great for trips, expensive to own. Loved it anyway. Sorry it has to go, just too old now 205K miles.


It's the 1999 with a better engine design

The kid likes it, very large interior with more then enough room for a 6' person and even for 5 of his 6' friends, 8 if you want to put 3 in the over size trunk. Sleek exterior body design. Very responsive in pick-up and also in handling. It is the best he has ever owned. The Overall Rating and Reliability rates maybe a little low, but he has only had the car for a few months and not even 500 miles yet. Only time will tell if it should have been higher (or lower)


2004 Limited, Beautiful and Pricey

I have driven this car since new it has all the bells and whistles. Big 3.5-liter engine has the power to move, owners manual recommends mid-grade over regular gas for this engine. Heated seats are nice in the winter even in Texas. It has driven from Los Angeles to Washington DC to Mexico to Colorado. Lots of trunk and interior space, beautiful exterior and interior too. BUT it comes with high maintenance cost approx. $3400/yr from 2007 to 2011. Recently new transmission at 145K even though fluids were changed at 40K, 95K & 140K. Driven daily, no regrets at 158K still running strong.