by walanr on Aug 17, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stratus ES 4dr Sedan
This car has proven to be a nice and dependable car for using on occasion for the last 15 years. Sure, there may not be many miles on it, but the body and mechanical have held up well. It's remarkable how small this car is compared to its successor cars today. Chrysler needs to make small cars like this again.
by Josh on Aug 28, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stratus ES 4dr Sedan
I drive a '95 Stratus with the 168hp 2.5L 24valve V6 under the hood. The car currently has 162k miles on it! Purrs nicely still. Transmission slips a little(what do u expect after 162k) Only things I have replaced(semi major) Wheel bearings, ball joints, all the way around as do many others.. water pump bearings are starting to go, a little valve lash on hot days..so what! It sure beats a monthly car payment to take care of the issues on your car.
by 1995statusES on Apr 7, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Stratus ES 4dr Sedan
bought car with 89 grand on
the odo it is a perfect car to hang
out with 4 or 5 friends in. it has
almost 120K now. very comfortable,
heater works fast a/c is promising. i
was 16 when i bought it so i punished
the 2.5 bad. 1st gear is surprisingly
quick for a heavy sedan, but it's not
that sporty otherwise. people need to
realize that cars don't last forever
especially if u treat them bad.my h20
pump was replaced at 105K, which is
understandable. rotors up front
replaced too. just got new torque
converter and 1st gear replaced(i
wonder why, maybe it was the frequent
redlined rpms) overall i've enjoyed
my strat, but i've punished it so
it's punishing me.
Spirit replacement features cutting-edge styling and class-leading accommodations. Dual airbags and ABS are standard. Base and ES models are available. Base model has 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine making 132 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission. ES is powered by 155-horsepower, Mitsubishi 2.5-liter V6. A credit option on the ES is the Neon's 2.0-liter four hooked to a five-speed manual transmission.