Don't Even Try The 'I Drive a Dodge Stratus' Line
Enders Races RaceGirl Dodge Stratus R/T to Semis at Phoenix
|...You just hate to see families argue like that. Especially when the girl is in a bathing suit. And her dad looks so ominous. And it was right after what was probably the biggest moment in her life. And it was on television. And the police got involved. And it has been seen now by millions and...
|...In a weekend that saw the thoughts of Team Mopar and the drag racing community focused on the health of J s Roy Johnson (see News section), Erica Enders paced Mopar’s Hemi-powered Pro Stock contingent, scoring a semifinals appearance at the Checker Schuck’s Kragen NHRA Nationals in...
|Dodge Stratus was not an improvement from the John, Maine
I read a review where the Dodge Stratus was said to be better than the Spirit which it replaced. The only good thing I can say about the Stratus is that is costs less to build than the Spirit because it has fewer stampings. It inherited all the fragility...great car from the Danny, henderson, NV
This is a great car other than the fact that it has had several problems. I had this great mechanic work on it and fix it so good to the point that it has not overheated and runs smoother than ever. I also put a great sound system, nice rims, and an alarm...CUP HOLDERS from the GEORGE
the CUP HOLDERS... they a peice. they hold nothin but i found what works is to do a lil' surgery to the housing and it works goos as new....
|The Dodge Stratus (and its twins, the Chrysler Cirrus and Plymouth Breeze; collectively known as the "Cloud Cars") was a mid-size 4-door sedan introduced in 1995. It was based on the Chrysler JA platform. The Stratus, Breeze, and Cirrus were all on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997.
The Dodge Stratus, the middle entry of the JA platform (with the Cirrus being the higher-end model and the Breeze being the lower-end model), was introduced in 1995 with two models: the SE, which came standard with the 2.0 L straight-4 and had the 2.4 L as optional, and the ES, which came standard with the 2.4 L and had the optional 2.5 L V6.
The cars had many parts that were interchangeable between each model. The exteriors of these three cars were very similar, with the front fascia, rear bumper, taillights, and wheels being the main differences. The interiors had much more variation between the three models, when compared to their subtle exterior differences.