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Average User Score
3.9 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 12 reviews
1998 Dodge Stratus Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 12 reviews
The 1998 Dodge Stratus keeps the tradition of being Dodge's mid-line family sedan. With two available trims, the base and the ES, the 1998 Dodge Stratus gives both affordability and comfort, depending on what you're looking for. With a 2.0 I4, a 2.4 I4 or a 2.5-liter V6 available depending on the trim level, the 1998 Dodge Stratus can get you around town within the speed limit with reasonable efficiency. Gas mileage is rather good, anywhere from 19/28 if you have the 4-speed automatic to 27/37 from the manual. Optional ABS, child-door locks, power locks, and driver and passenger airbags keep the occupants of the car safe.
In addition to being safe, there are a number of standard features and options available to make sure that everyone in the car remains comfortable. First and foremost among these is the large amount of passenger room that the 1998 Dodge Stratus boasts. Other features are air conditioning, power windows, leather seats, a power sunroof, and a CD player, just to name a few. The 1998 Dodge Stratus is a car that lets you drive around happy while you're going to work or getting your groceries (which can fit easily in the 15.7 cubic feet of storage space).
Owners of the 1998 Dodge Stratus almost unanimously had something to complain about, and also almost always appreciated the roominess of the car. Head gaskets, transmissions, and other random parts of the 1998 Stratus fail. This is a practical car for daily driving if you don't mind having to put some money into repairs now and then.
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Dodge Stratus Questions
What Vaccum Lines Need To Be Hooked Up On A 2.4 Twin Cam Dodge Stratus
i have a 1998 dodge stratus 2.4 twin cam and am wondering how the vaccum lines work and what ones needs to be hooked up please help
Dodge Stratus 2.4 Twin Cam Running Lean
i have a 2.4 twin cam race car and im assuming its running lean because its runs way to hot and losses power what could cause this vauum? or sensors
How Do I Adjust The Cam Timing And The Spark Timing On A 1998 Dodge Stratus...
i have a 1998 dodge stratus and im wondering how i would adjust the cam timing and the spark timing, it has a 2.4 litre twin cam
Exhaust Manifold Cherry Red Hot
i have a 98 stratus 2.4 twin cam, and its a racecar. first couple laps plenty of power then it starts heating up and after 5500 rpm it loses power and as im going down the straightaway their a blue fl...
Why Does My 98 Dodge Stratus Have No Poewr When I Try To Excelerate?
Just got my head gasket, water pump, timing belt, fuel rail, fuel rail wire harness to fuel injectors and rule injectors all redone by a mechanic shop cost a lot but now no power when I excelerate. ...