Customer Review Summary for 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2006 PT Cruiser Touring Edition
2006 Chrysler PT CruiserNiemann Farms - Prague, OK12/02/2008
Great car for commuting 150 miles a day. Decent gas milage averaging about 25 mpg at 80 mph. Lots of leg and headroom in front and back seats. The PT has more leg room up front than my GMC 1500 pickup. Lots of storge space in back. Many good comments from friends on the interior design. Has lots of outlets for electronic devices throughout the car. My model is silver with a silver interior.
2006 Chrysler PT CruiserTom - oklahoma08/30/2008
I love this car (so far). I like the look and the drive has been good. I didn't expect great gas mileage to begin with; 22 highway/17 city is about average. We took a family vacation in it and was more comfortable then most cars it's size. My favorite part is the interior. Not too flashy but enough to keep it unique. If you've got escalade or navigator expectations, then go get one of those. If you have Chrysler expectations then this is for you. This is a great American car. Our PT Cruiser is a 5 star car too us.
2006 Chrysler PT CruiserJanie - Richmond, VA05/18/2010
I bought my Cruiser in April of 2010. I have had it one month now and absoulutely love it..
I have driven a "Mommy van" for the last 20 years now and wanted to change it up a bit even though I still need the room of a van. I found that in my cruiser!
I have never had a new car like this before and I am so thankful for getting it...
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