by Patricia on Mar 23, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stealth 2dr Coupe
This car has been an excellent vehicle,and lots of fun to drive. Still don't want to give it up. It has 95,000 miles, is still running like new and the body still looks beautiful and stylish even for today. Only major problem I had wasan expensive part for the anti-lockbreaks. Great on gas, especially for a sports car. Every day I love to get in it and hug the curves or just listen to the nice sound of the engine. I ran iton synthetic oil (Mobile 1) since it was new. Purrs smoothy still, so maybe that helped. I also would love to see this car made again. I would love to have abrand new one again!
by klinger13 on Apr 5, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stealth 2dr Coupe
has been quite reliable. have only
needed to replace the clutch for the
air- conditioner, driver side window
regulator and an o2 sensor.is very fun
to drive and handles exceptionally
well. i would love to buy another if
they still made them.
by Lodge on Oct 20, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stealth 2dr Coupe
I bought this car with only 15,000
miles on it. It was a birthday present
to myself. Drove it off the show room
floor and have never looked at another
car. The only repairs I have had to
make on the now 108,000 miles ... is 1
alternator, and the regulator for the
drivers side power window.
by Elwood on Mar 15, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stealth 2dr Coupe
Car is a lot of fun to drive, there is no corner it can't handle. Suprisingly
comfortable on long trips (as long as noone sits in the back seat). Have
had no mechanical problems (80,000 mi.), my only complaints are the
transmission lags after you slow down, unless you come to a complete stop,
and the base 3.0L engine is a little underpowered. Handles excellently, but
rides hard. Recommend no person over 40 purchase one of these.
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