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2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.0
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4.0
Value
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Style
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Performance
3.5
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3.5
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2.5
Reliability
3.0
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Kyle B.
Kyle B.
Aurora, Missouri
5.0
PT Cruiser - Definitely not a PT Loser
I've had a PT Cruiser for 5 years now. I've put about 50,000 miles on it in that time. It's been an amazing car for me. Despite the PT Cruiser often being the butt end of jokes, I think it looks great and drives great. Despite it being a bit bigger than a normal car, I feel like it drives like a smaller car. The turning radius is great and I feel like that I can get into tighter spaces. It has plenty of power for what I need, which is just day-to-day transportation. The gas mileage is good and I don't feel like I'm paying a fortune every fill up. I don't feel like I'm saving money, either. I've only had a couple issues with it over the last 5 years. There's plenty of room in the back. I play a lot of board games and card games with my friends, and the ability to place the back board over the games in the back to keep them out of sunlight, while providing space on top for more storage is amazing. The car can be noisy at times, notably on hot days or at high speeds. The air conditioner can be a little bit weak on extremely hot days as well, but it's very bearable still.
Sue
Sue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
3.0
It's okay; could be better
It is a four-seater with an option to collapse the rear two seats in order to create more trunk space. It is colored red. It performs better on the highway than in the city, from what I can tell. It has a 'suburban' feel about it. It appears to be a popular series of vehicles in my neighborhood.