Chuck was awesome , he worked with my wife and i on several autos. and ill definitely go back there for my kids cars, he was so helpfull and knowledgeable thru the whole prosess. and i was looking for a certain car and amount and in less then a week he had the perfect car. and even called us a month later after we bought the car to see if we were happy thank you so much chuck and staff for making the last 10 yrs of our car buying experience the best it can be. webslinger
practical fun to drive and economical to run
by Philippe from Atlanta, GA
December 11, 2018
I use the stow and go feature a lot more than I thought I would. I average about 22 mpg with a mix of on and off highway driving
Okay, so overall my entire experience was pretty awesome. I was unbelievably nervous about it but once we were greeted and talked to the process went so much smoother. My car salesperson, Josyln Kershaw was very friendly and very kind! I adore her and I'm so thankful that I was able to have such a relaxing and simple car buying process. So thank you for being so sweet and answering any and all questions we had! You have a very professional environment and kind too!
Bad to the bone
by Durango Tango from Troy
January 2, 2019
Black top edition 2018 Durango GT. We love this vehicle. The navigation is easy to use the huge screen on the stereo system is awesome. The whole system is easy to use and user friendly. The interior is awesome grey leather heated seats and steering wheel combined with the remote start. Means no more jumping into a cold vehicle on the very cold days. The interior is very well laid out from cup holders to the smoke supply of storage boxes throughout the vehicle. Very comfortable. The black top edition exterior speaks for itself. Rhe new hood scoop dodge added is a awesome look on these SUVs. I get thumbs up from a lot of drivers on the road. The dual exhaust sounds great and this thing has zero lack of power. The handling is amazing for an SUV. We couldn't have asked for better looking better functioning SUV for our family. Oh and guys you can look cool in a family SUV. This is the one.
Have owned this truck 11 years, being the best one I have own, replaced only the parts that where out over time and miles. Have over 195500 miles on it now and still runs like new, with the 4.7 engine.
I emailed for more information on one of their pickups and got no response.
Just had the right curves...
by Stratus Addict from Sterling VA
March 21, 2011
Maybe I am picky. I tend to look outside at my car through the living room window more than I spend driving them. If it does not have any style, why drive the car. We have so much choice in today's world. Oka, I like the curves on this car. But ever since 2000, the stratus has turned into another blob going down the road. Still not excited by the 200.
I have had a 1995 2.4, I have a 1999 2.4 w/ 50k and a 1999 V6 w/ 108k miles on it. Both 2.4 needed new head jobs w/ pumps and time belts at 30-40k miles. 1995 held on till it started breaking engine mounts and then killed the transmission. Sold it at 90k with working AC. One thing about buying the same car, you can predict the problems. Fuse on the blower motor is one of things that are just annoying, check engine light always on here.
V6 has been a great value since we picked it up with 29k for like $6k. Just now beginning to need stuff upgraded under the hood and will keep this one till it dies. All cars had gobs of power, but lousy mileage for the short runs to school. 18-22-28 Mileage on all of them. Hard to find these models any more, so will have to find a new choice.
I came in to buy my 91 chevrolet Camaro, and was greeted by Ray with the most respect. He seemed to genuinely care about what i needed and wanted, and never felt pressured!!!
poor interior dash design,poor paint and clear .
by Jerry from Salisbury
January 11, 2019
very unsatisfied with this truck, invested as much in replacement parts as was the original purchase price. replaced entire front of engine, and entire front suspension including steering, contacted crysler, no help because i replaced parts myself.
Great local dealership! I was impressed not only by the guys professionalism, but it seemed like they genuinely wanted to help me. I actually did not purchase the vehicle I called them on, but one with less miles that Chuck found for me. On top of that, it was the cheapest one that I found! I'll be back when the kiddos need wheels.
Worst car I’ve ever owned
by DJ Dave from Willows, California
December 14, 2018
Sold it at 21,000miles and 5 yrs old.SRT model. Green with envy color scheme. $51,000. Bought new. Spent way too much time at the dealership chasing multiple electrical problems that never got Fixed. Stereo lacking quality sound. Touch screen sad. Traded for a new Mazda- a very reliable car !
I didn't ultimately end up buying through Cornhusker, but their Sales staff was very quick to respond and very professional and helpful. I will try them again for my next purchase.
2008 was a bad year for the Dodge Grand Caravan
by Tony E. from Monticello, IN
November 23, 2018
We have spent almost $4500 in less than a year on our van. The heating and cooling system went out twice. We had to repair bushings that should not have failed so quick. The interior and the options are excellent. The video entertainment system rocks! Yes, we bought the van used but it only had 72,000 miles on it. It was bought locally and we are the second owners. You know buying a house is the biggest investment a person makes. Buying a car is second. Why do the big 3 automakers get away with fading paint, rusted doors, and vans like ours that breakdown at the drop of a hat!!! I’ll never buy from the big 3 again. The KIA Sorento is my next vehicle. I put 200,000 miles on our old Sorento without going to the shop once. 2008 was the first year for the Dodge Grand Caravan. STAY AWAY!!! Pick another year but not the 2008!! Also, you can’t check the transmission fluid. The dealer has to check it and it costs around $75!!
Delt with Dave and Mike, very knowledgeable and great to work with. Highly recommend!
Repaired safety recalls still fail and leave you s
by RegT from Edmonton
January 12, 2019
Honestly I used to love this truck for about its first 60,000 kilometers after that things start to break and Chrysler does not want to help you not to mention the very pricey maintenance intervals you have to get done for warranty.
Had a rear differential safety recall fixed and 80,000 kilometer it still failed and caused me to go sideways on a highway, they ignored all attempts of coverage or help. The truck itself was stylist with an amazing interior and alpine sound system. It had heated power leather seats, bluetooth talk amd even played dvds on the screen. Performance was great..however..the Hemi would get very sluggish rather quickly after each dealership Hemi tuneup which was 600 dollars to get done, and my fuel efficiency on highway was 23L/ 100km at best so performance wise 300+ hp you rarely get to see. Exterior range but with upgrades like fender flares and tires you can really turn this truck into one great looking rig. Overall the lack of reliability since I had to give it up with only 130 000 km on it and customer care makes me give this truck 1 star because everything deserves atleast 1 star.
The truck is a smooth, quiet ride. It handles well, with lots of room and storage space. The Hemi engine provides lots of power and towing capacity. (Note: the year field did not include an option for this new/2019 purchase, you’ll want to update your form)
Truck has 37" tires and handles the road great. Pulls my 38' trailer with no problem. Comfortable and sounds great. I would recommend this truck to anyone that wants the comfort with the strong pulling power this hemi has.
Traded my 2008 for this 2017 and the difference is remarkable..the 3.6 motor is a gem, with class leading power and smoothness along with better mileage..hauls everything.. tows my trailer and with the stow and go seats dropped into the floor...other minivans are not even close by lacking this convenience. My nxt is the nicest vehicle I have owned in my 50+ years of driving.
The Durango looks like an suv on the out side but on the I side, it feels more like a sports car. I love it. It is very plush with all the latest technology. I couldn’t be more pleased with it.
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