Last post on Jun 18, 2009 at 5:21 AM
You are in the Chrysler PT Cruiser
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Chrysler PT Cruiser, Future Vehicle, Wagon
#15 of 24 Changes I'd Like To See in the PT Cruiser [pf_flyer]
Jan 01, 2008 (5:09 pm)
How about side view mirrors the same color as the body of the Cruiser?
#18 of 24 Re: PT Cruiser is being discountinued!!!! [keno_176]
Jun 13, 2009 (7:56 am)
Chrysler itself just became an Italian car company as of this week so...best to keep your Cruisers in great shape!
Maybe Penske can buy that design and re-make something with it.
#19 of 24 Re: PT Cruiser is being discountinued!!!! [irismg]
Jun 14, 2009 (12:30 pm)
I just bought an 07 PT Cruiser convertible two weeks ago. I really like the car and plan to keep it for a long time.
#20 of 24 PT Cruiser is being discountinued!!!! [jpf]
Jun 15, 2009 (12:39 pm)
I hope you enjoy your Cruiser as much as I enjoy my 2004 GT Turbo. It still makes me smile when I walk out to the garage and see it there. I was talking to a friend of mine who has a 2002 that he uses in his work which has over onehundred and thirtythousand miles on it with just minor problems.
#21 of 24 Re: PT Cruiser is being discountinued!!!! [charlesf4]
Jun 16, 2009 (2:47 pm)
Thanks Charles, I am enjoying the car already. The Cruiser replaced an 86 Lebaron convertible that I had owned for 10 years. By the way, anyone in Mississippi looking for a PT Cruiser convertible, the dealership that I bought my car from has an 05 turbo convertible with less than 300 miles on it. The Chrysler dealership is located in Tupelo, MS. Happy motoring y'all!
#22 of 24 PT GT Turbo Convertible
Jun 16, 2009 (7:21 pm)
I leased my PT new in June of '05. It has been a most dependable and fun-to-drive car. About six months ago the battery died and had to be replaced. That's the only problem I've had. It's been a second car and only has 13,500 on it. The lease residual was $12,500. Chrysler called today and offered it to me for $9.000. I intend to take them up on it. Retail is $14,500. Nowhere in town could I get this value at that price! Two really minor complaints. 1) The rear window is too small. Can't adjust the mirror to get a full view. This could be remedied if the mirror shaft was about 1/2-1" longer. 2) The seat belt holder on the back of the seat is notched in the wrong place. As it is, the belt slides out. This could fixed if it were cut nearer the top. But, too late to fix it now. Will be sorry to see the PT go. Maybe Fiat can revive it and put an engine in that would get better mileage.
#23 of 24 Re: PT Cruiser is being discountinued!!!! [jpf]
Jun 17, 2009 (2:57 pm)
Well, the good news for Cruiser-lovers is that Fiat has decided to give it a "stay of execution" and let it hang around for one more model year until they can get some of their own cars ready for the US market. There will be a 2010 model!
That was in the news today!
#24 of 24 PT Reprieve
Jun 18, 2009 (5:21 am)
Good news! Glad to hear that the PT has been given a stay. Now, if the engineers are smart they will go back and review consumer nega5tive feedback notes and make a good, honest effort to fix things. The most important would seem to be gas mileage. Surely Fiat has a European 4 cylinder that could be incorporated. The one thing they need to guard against as far as the Ameiican market is concerned is performance. Our Interstate and Freeway systems demand a vehicle that can get up to speed and merge with much larger traffic very quickly. My 2005 GT Turbo with automatic does that very well but gas mileage sucks. Also, they need to get rid of the super-expensive 17" tires and rims. America is moving toward smaller, very fuel efficient automobiles. Here's Chrysler's chance to be a leader!