really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
4 / 0
Average Mileage:
34,533 miles

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2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Owner Comments

problem #3

Aug 282013

PT Cruiser

  • 63,599 miles


The seat started moving up and did not stop until it was at the highest point making it difficult to drive due to reaching the pedals and legs jammed up against the steering wheel.

- Dillon, SC, USA

problem #2

Aug 012009

PT Cruiser

  • 40,000 miles
I have a 2007 Chrysler PT CRUISER, that was not involved in a collision or any type of damaging incident however the occupant classification system in the passenger seat is now malfunctioning to the point where if anyone or anything is in the seat the airbag light in the instrument cluster turns on and the notification chime sounds. The dealer has estimated that $500 would be a good start to repairing the problem, which has not been completed yet.

- Grand Rapids, MI, USA

problem #1

Oct 102008

PT Cruiser

  • miles
While driving in Michigan on us 23 in a 2007 PT CRUISER standard. The vehicle approached a traffic jam and slowed to a stop. Then a BMW vehicle smashed into the rear of the PT CRUISER at rates up to 80mph and the BMW driver never applied brakes during impact of vehicle. The PT CRUISER then crashed into and totaled a Honda Accord. The air bags of the PT CRUISER never deployed upon impact with the frontal vehicle. All passengers were wearing seatblelts which did save there lives. The back seat was jammed into the front seat where the passenger behind the driver received a broken forearm and almost had a amputated ankle from being caught under the driver seat. The of the passenger in the back seat received broken ribs and a heart attack from impacting the front seat. The passenger in the front broke all ribs and a broken back from hitting the dashboard and arm went into the windshield when the front seat was forced forward. The driver did hit her head on steering wheel and caused a base skull fracture and a broken left pelvic bone. Once again all where wearing seat belts which saved their lives but are unsure in why the airbags were never deployed on such a high rate impact which trapped and seriously injured all passengers inside. I do believe that the vehicle did stay intact enough and the seat belts worked well but the failure of airbags and the back seats slamming into the front seats to me does not seem like a car that received a 5 star crash test rating on rear collisions.

- Youngstown, OH, USA

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