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2002 Chrysler Concorde Ratings

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Chrysler Concorde 2002
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    5/10/2004 10:31:01 AM

    2002 Chrysler Concorde - LXi

    Pros: Roomy & lots of trunk space.

    Cons: Gas milage & road noise.

    Advice: None

    Gas milage not as good as the Concord I traded. Road noise has not improved. The Chrysler service department is the best!

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    3/9/2003 10:23:06 AM

    2002 Chrysler Concorde - LXi

    Pros: Spacious

    Cons: The lack of a volume indicator in the radio

    Advice: try it you might think it's big

    Great for a lot of people. The LXi is the one to go for inless you have the extra cash for the limited, but the Lxi is a great sporty sedan with room for three adults in the back seat.

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    9/5/2002 11:50:48 AM

    2002 Chrysler Concorde - LXi

    Pros: Performance, styling, climate control, steering wheel radio control.

    Cons: Lack of adjustable steering wheel.

    Advice: Go for the LXi over the LX . The extra performance & luxury are worth the money.

    In this day of rising car costs, I was extremely impressed with the price of the LXi when compared to other makes/models. You get a lot more for your money. Style, comfort and quality at a comparatively reasonable price. Lack of an adjustable steering wheel is the only thing that keeps driver comfort from being perfect. Visibility has been sacrificed for styling but with a bit of driving this is easily adapted to.