2001 Dodge Intrepid Overview

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Trims

ES
26 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,764
R/T
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,528
SE
82 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,668

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4.25 stars

Based on 15 reviews

Love That Car! by Abcde
 — The car is dependable, great to drive, and despite many road miles put upon it (213,000 miles) it still performs well. The Nascar styling is an "eye catcher" for those diehard fans. Good gas mileage... Read More
Great All Round Sedan by Dale
 — A great, versatile all round sedan. Decently built, decent performance. not much torque on the low end, but great passing and highway power available on demand from the 3.5 magnum V6. Using the ava... Read More
Jason's Car by Jason
 — I like how it handles. Its suspension is solid and provides a really good ride. It really hasn't needed many repairs except for the engine when I bought it. The cost of ownership is very reasonable. I... Read More

2001 Dodge Intrepid Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 15 reviews

2001 Dodge Intrepid

All you moms and dads out there who cart around your 2.5 children to various athletic and social events, but who don't want to completely say goodbye to your misspent youth might be interested in a Dodge Intrepid.  It combines a sporty look and engineering with a family-sized interior and trunk space that can accommodate up to six passengers (maybe even eight, if you include the trunk).

The 2001 Dodge Intrepid comes in three trims -- SE (formerly the base model), ES, and R/T.  All models received thicker glass this year in Dodge's eternal quest to reduce road noise, a common complaint with the Intrepid.  The SE and ES come standard with a 2.7-liter, 200-hp V6 or optional 3.2-liter, 225-hp V6.  The R/T rips up the road with a 3.5-liter, 242-hp engine.  A split/fold rear seat is now an option on SE and R/T models, and standard on the ES.  A harness seat-belt is available for the middle rear seat, and optional front side airbags are offered for the first time in 2001.

The 2001 Dodge Intrepid is the best of both worlds for owners who want some fun on the road, but who also want comfort and easy handling for long-haul trips.  The four-door sedan is popular for its ultra-cool style, its good gas mileage, responsiveness, and immediate pickup.  But drivers complain of a cheap-looking interior, bad transmission, rear blind spots that hamper parking, annoying road noise, and costly maintenance record.  It seems many owners have to decide which is more important to them, substance or style.

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Dodge Intrepid Questions

Elise Ferguson
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Wondering If We Can Replace The Water Outlet On Our 2001 Dodge Intrepid Se?...

We have a leak in the rear part of the engine, coolant runs out. Took car to a shop in town & were told we needed to replace the "Water Outlet" before they can do a pressure test to find the leak in ...

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mikeh53
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If A 2001 Intrepid Es Has The 3.2l V6 How Do You Tell If It Needs The Radia...

radiator oil cooler 2001 Tntrepid ES with 3.2L V6

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Elise Ferguson
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2001 Dodge Intrepid Se Leak From Rear Of Engine Collar Behind Oil Pan?

Major water leaking from rear of engine, collar behind oil pan. What does the 'collar' cover?

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psychomike56
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On A 2001 Dodge Intrepid Se 2.7 Litre V-6...

QUESTION... is it necessary to replace the timing cover gasket when replacing the oil pan gasket? I have a leaking oil pan. I took the car to a mechanic (whom I have no experience with) and was told...

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2001 Dodge Intrepid...will Not Shift Out Of First Gear....no Check Engine L...

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