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I Like It!
I need more torque, the car drives really well. I like to think of it as a sports car and a luxury cross. I love cruising around with all of the windows down and the music blaring. The intake i put on... Read More
Classy And Conservative All In One.
love the leather interior and just tinted the windows. she's pretty. It is my favorite color, silver and a little rust on back panel on the bottom that Im going to get fixed. It is a smooth ride. I lo... Read More
Instant Market Value
A used 2000 Chrysler Cirrus 4 Dr LXi Sedan has an average retail price of $4,410 and 114,200 miles.
This was the final offering of the Chrysler Cirrus. In 2001, the mid-size sedan would be replaced by the new Sebring. The LXi trim offered a slightly more luxurious version of the Cirrus, except in 1998 and 1999 when it was the only model available. There were no significant changes for 2000, but four new colors were added. The Cirrus continued to be one of Chrysler's best sellers, despite lackluster performance and very questionable reliability.
The LXi was powered by a 2.5 liter V-6, producing 168 horsepower. The consensus among drivers was that this was inadequate, largely due to a rather slow start off the line (0-60 mph in 9.7 seconds). According to most reviewers, a unresponsive four-speed transmission was to blame. The Cirrus weighed just 3000 pounds, and the 168 horse power supply certainly seemed adequate. The LXi was a fuel efficient car, achieving 19 mpg in city driving and 26 mpg on the highway.
The most common issue for owners was the brakes. There are numerous accounts of low mileage brake failure, and some report several replacements before 100,000 miles.
This overview covers the 4 Dr LXi Sedan trim only.
Please see our 2000 Chrysler Cirrus Overview for more information.
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