We are not mechanics and we're looking to possibly buy a 2002 PT Cruiser that seems to be in excellent condition visually. It has 74000 miles on it. What kind of questions should we ask the owners?

Asked by Feb 20, 2016 at 02:10 PM about the 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited

Question type: General

Found a little beauty, but we've read a lot of testimonials from current owners
that don't sound good.  And we are wondering why Chrysler stopped making
them.  It is such a good looking vehicle!

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It's basically a Neon with a wagon body on it. Since you are not car savvy, I would suggest you have your mechanic look/inspect the car for you before purchase, that way it take all of your fear and questions out of the equation. The owners should agree to this if they aren't hiding anything.

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