Asked by Jan 23, 2019 at 12:10 PM about the 2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser

Question type: Car Customization

how fast can you go with the turbo pt cruiser

5 Answers


Fast enough to kill your self.

ha thats cool


45 can be deadly you know ;)

my grandma has one but she let my sister drive it to california she never turned the cruiser off and then the pt told her it was over heating but she did not care but to this day the old pt dont run any more we just found a motor on ebay my grandma is very happy to get her pt b ack on the rode.


Depends. How fast you want the hamster to move in the exercise wheel. Lets just say on their best day they are lucky to hit triple digits. Overheating + California = Was the AC on? Plus there is two speeds to the engine fan if that low side goes out you will over heat when not moving and the AC will not work.

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