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Chrysler Is A Chrysler by Jammer
 — It's the most decent car I've ever owned! It gets me where I need to go but the seats aren't very comfortable! hey it's a carand yes it's fun to drive especially when i show people who've newer vehicl... Read More
I Like It! by Chris
 — 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
On Of The Best Cars I've Owned. by Lloyd
 — Nice riding car with nice power from it's 2.4L engine. The engine revs up really nice when the gas pedal is pushed down. The trunk space is quite roomy. Interior is nice and has held up good over the ... Read More

2000 Chrysler Cirrus Overview

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2000 Chrysler Cirrus

The Cirrus LXi remained unchanged for 2000, but the base level LX model returned.  The LX had been temporarily discontinued after 1997, but it was brought back for this year to fill the void left by the retired Plymouth Breeze.  Both Cirrus models were available in four new colors, and child seat straps were added in the backseat.
Once again, the Cirrus sedan was available with two engine options.  The LX returned with a new 2.0 inline four cylinder engine, providing 129 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque.  The LXi was powered by a 2.5 liter V-6, good for 168 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque.  This V-6 was available on the LX as an option.  Performance and fuel efficiency varied little from engine to engine.  Both sent the Cirrus from 0 to 60 mph in about 9.5 seconds.  The four cylinder achieved a 20/28 mpg rating, while the V-6 fell to 19/26.
Both models were plagued by reliability issues.  Common problems included brakes, electric motors, struts, ball joints, and excessive rust.

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My 2000 Chrysler Cirrus Break Lights Don't Work. I Checked The Fuses, Bulbs...

They worked yesterday and now today they don't.

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What Is Causing My 2000 Chrysler Cirrus Lxi To Have To Have The Battery Cha...

My battery light had been coming on off and on for awhile. Then my car wouldnt start. A jump did the trick a couple of times. Then it got to where I had to put a charger on my battery. A couple of mon...

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Can I By Pass Air Coindentioner Pump And Use Different Belt On My 2000 Cirr...

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2000 Chrysler Cirrus Lxi Sedan, Has Stalling Problems.

The car is doing what seems to be a common problem with the car. When we try to accelerate the car stalls, but only after it has warmed up. We have already changed the throttle position sensor and t...

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