I had some serious reservations after my first encounter with one of Chrysler's new LH mid-size family sedans.
Last summer, Chrysler sent about 800 Eagle Vision and Dodge Intrepids to Central Florida for testing in rental car fleets.
I grabbed an Eagle Vision and logged about 300 miles in one day. I was surprised at the roughness of the transmission and the loudness of the road noise.
I found out later that the car I rented got into the rental fleet straight off the factory delivery truck. No one had bothered to give it the service that all new vehicles get after they are sold.
None of the fluids were topped off, and the tires were as pliant as cement because they had 50 pounds of pressure, not... Read More