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The Dodge Stratus is a mid-size car that was produced by Dodge between 1995 and 2005, made for two generations. The first generation was powered by 2.0 L A588 I4, 2.4 L EDZ/EY7 I4, 2.4 L EDV/EDT turbo, and 2.5 L 6G73 V6 engines. In its second generation, the sedan class was equipped with 2.4 L and 2.7 L EER V6 engines, while the Coupé class got the 2.4 L 4G64 I4 and 3.0 L 6G72 V6 engines. The latest engine offers 150 hp at 5,200 rpm and a torque of 167 lb-ft at 4,000 rpm, outperforming its rivals. The second-generation Stratus comes with the 5-speed manual, 4-speed F4A42/F4A51 automatic, and 4-speed Ultradrive 41TE automatic transmissions, enabling a 0-60 mph sprint within 7.6 sec and 0-100 mph in 21.0 sec. The fuel economy stands at 20-21 mpg in city driving and 26-29 mpg on the highway. The Stratus was initially released as a 4-door sedan, with a 2-door coupé added in the second generation. It measured 190.7-191.2 inches in length, 70.6 inches in width, and 54.9 inches in height, and weighed between 3250-3300 lb. The Stratus is recognized for its unique front fascia, rear bumper, and taillights. The Dodge Stratus presents an appealing blend of refinement, performance, and value for budget-conscious drivers.
The Dodge Stratus may not excel in areas of refinement, build quality, and reliability, but it does offer value in its pricing and exterior styling. Among the common issues with the Stratus, engine failure stands out as a prevalent problem often surfacing around 100,000 miles. Symptoms typically start with coolant leaks leading to an overheated engine, decreased acceleration, increased oil consumption, and an activated Check Engine Light. Issues may also escalate due to oil sludge from coolant leaks into the fuel system. Replacing the radiator hose, water pump, cylinder head gasket, and throttle cable commonly resolves these issues. Other concerns include suspension and steering failures, marked by noises, uneven tire wear, intense vehicle vibration, and a loose steering wheel, all impacting vehicle handling. Attention should be paid to the axle beam, front cross-member, steering column cover, and power steering reservoir. To maintain the Stratus's overall quality, routine maintenance is vital. Elements like the wiper arm, washer pump, and windshield wiper are crucial for visibility in adverse weather conditions, while parts like the clutch cable, horn, fog light, headlight, cabin air filter, antenna, and antenna mast also require regular maintenance for optimal performance.
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