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Originally Posted by Schaffer05
Are the new explorers even made with aluminum? Our agency buys about 1000 vehicles a year, probably 60/40 chargers to explorers. It's all low bid, so I'm sure if there is an option for aluminum, we aren't getting it.
The explorers have been way more reliable than the chargers. They're not as fast, and their fuel tank is too small, but other than that they're great. We don't keep ours outside of warranty, but the chargers are constantly having issues.
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A buddy in Tx says their department is constantly having issues with the Chargers as well.
His went in 4 times in one month for various running issues.
On the bubbling, Chrysler uses aluminum hoods on the mini-vans( Caravan maybe,whatever they call them now). They have had issues with the paint bubbling too.
My dad has one and they replaced the hood as it was that bad and pitting underneath. No chips or dents, just bubbling from underneath.
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