I inherited my present car, a 2005 Chrysler Sebring, when my father passed away. That's the only reason I ended up with a Chrysler product. He hardly ever drove it and it only had 9000 miles on it when I got it.
Unfortunately, it has lived down to my expectations. It's underpowered with a 4 cylinder engine but doesn't get the good mileage you would expect with a 4 banger. The brakes are the worst of any vehicle I've ever owned. The sunroof drain leaks if you live in a cold climate because it will freeze and back up, then leak into the car when you heat up the vehicle interior, dripping on the passenger seat. The soundproofing is poor, so it transmits a lot of road noise into the passenger compartment.
I tend to keep a car for a long time, basically wearing it out before I replace it but I don't see myself keeping this car much longer. I'll get rid of it and get a Toyota or Honda in the near future.
I also acquired his older 1997 Dodge Dakota pickup truck at the same time and it is plagued with many quality problems as well. While I would expect more problems with a vehicle that old, I have had things go wrong, such as front suspension parts and bearings failing that shouldn't go bad on a pickup truck, which should be built to a heavier duty standard than a car. Many problems with the brakes and they still don't work quite right. Transmission problems and too many more to list here. Can't wait to replace this vehicle with a real truck ASAP.
I don't see myself owning another Chrysler product in my lifetime.