Great UNTIL recall work was done. Since, a steering nightmare. Currently, NOT SAFE Dealer shouldn't of let me leave with it. Had to drive on the interstate, OMG currently this truck is worthless. Same repairs over and over. I paid 39k before taxes etc. Drove 27k miles before the nightmares started. Thats over a doller per mile and i paid all the expenses. So disappointed .
Had a 2000 LHS from 2006 until 2010. In that time, I spent $300 in repairs. That's it. The car had 75000 miles when I bought it and I sold it with 110000 miles. Not bad at all. The 3.5L engine is really good and reliable. Never any issues with the transmission either. It's very comfortable and a nice cruiser. I would buy another in a second. If you're looking for a 2000-2001 LHS here in 2018, then yes, it's very old at this point, but if well-maintained, I see no major headaches in your future. It's just well-made on the famous Chrysler LH platform that was also used for the Intrepid, 300M, and Concorde.
This car may full you with it's smooth ride, but trust me these cars require constant maintenance. The car blew the motor at 110,000 miles so I had a shop put a new motor in. Within the last 2 months I have gone through 4 ac compressors, 2 ac Expansion valves, 2 ac condensers (which requires the entire front of the car to be removed), 2 evaporator cores (witch requires the entire dash to be removed) and I still don't have ac in the car. After driving the car I noticed a vibration so I changed the motor mount. Then the car ran for anther 10,000 miles with no issue until I started to notice vibration again. This vibration was coming from the CV Axel's witch was understandable for a car with 125,000 miles. When I was in the process of having the CV axle changed I got a call from the shop saying they couldn't get the axel out of the steering knuckle and that they had broken a 20 ton press trying. So I had to pay $400 a piece for 2 new steering knuckles, and still payed the shop for labor and repairs to their press where they made sure to inform me what FORD stood for Fix Or Repair Daily. In my experience these cars are a complete nightmare and wouldn't recommend them to anyone.
The lariat edition is a great value of features and comfort for the price. It is well equipped at the same cost of other competitive manufacturers including GM, Dodge and Toyota. The truck rides well almost like a luxury sedan but offers appealing performance and features to get you off road or to tow that heavy load.
Bought used. Works very well for getting kids and all our stuff around. If I purchased new I would get leather and a limited slip rear end. Waiting to see how it does on bad roads... probably not good.
Lots of room for anything. Interiors are comfortable and clean. The v8 has ton of power and it sounds like a dream. Not bad on gas considering it’s a big truck. Can tow just about anything, and comfy enough to put my two toddlers in it every day.
I purchased this van. It had more repairs during and after warranty than any vehicle I have ever owned. Finally after owning the vehicle for seven years, major rust spots began to appear and forced me to unload. I will not purchase another Chevrolet as my last two experiences were unreliable and costly.
It’s large and powerful. Holds a lot of cargo and people. I like the auto stepside and the sound system. It’s been a reliable car.
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