1991 Dodge Stealth Consumer Review: Reliable if maintained

1991 Dodge Stealth - Consumer Review

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Reliable if maintained
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1991 Dodge Stealth 2dr Coupe


Purchased in 2000 with 125k miles. Currently have 272k miles! The SOHC engine is indestructible. 25 MPG every fillup. The tranny will need new syncros every 125k miles or so, but still drivable. Items replaced are: Syncros, radiator, alternator, starter, power steering rack, water pump seal, noisy lifters, and lower ball joints. Though the list seems long, they all occurred between 180k - 250k miles so it's to be expected. Fix it yourself because it very easy to work on. Regular maintenance includes the timing belt every 60K but you can go 120k on the belt with the SOHC engine without issues. Clutch also lasts about 120k miles. Paid $4k, and put about $4k in parts during 8yrs of ownership.

Best Features

Torque and looks. Fairly reliable. Will last forever if maintained.

Worst Features

Tranny synchros have always been the weakest link, though they will not cause you to be stranded.
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