2005 Dodge Stratus Overview

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Trims

R/T
Avg. Price: $5,965
R/T Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,324
SXT
Avg. Price: $5,193
SXT Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,277

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Average User Score

4.25 stars

Based on 16 reviews

Pleasent Surprises by Tony
 — Performance – acceleration 8, braking 9, handling 9 Build Quality – has it needed repairs? just standard maintinence. Appearance – both interior would like heated seats and exterior styling awesome C... Read More
Xxxx by Richard
 — Great gas mileage and road performance. Great car on open road. The pinstripe makes it look sporty and makes us feel younger. It has the get up and go when we need it. Test drive one and you will ... Read More
Great by Kurt
 — The car rides comfortably with great handeling. It has enough power to get up and go but not be dangerous. The gas milage is awesome at 24 in town and 32 highway. This is a very fun car to drive an... Read More

2005 Dodge Stratus Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 16 reviews

2005 Dodge Stratus

For 2005, the biggest change in the Dodge Stratus comes from the new Coupe versions of the SXT and R/T trims. In addition, Dodge offers a new sport appearance package that makes the SXT look a little more like the sportier R/T. The Stratus offers a choice between inline-4 and V6 powertrains.

Gas mileage averages out to 22 mpg in the city and 30 on the highway, with the SXT Coupe giving you the best performance. Coupes have two doors and seat 5, while sedans have four doors and seat 5. The R/T offers a lot more standard features than the lower-grade SXT.

Overall, critics like the Stratus' low price and big trunk. Otherwise, the midsize sedan looks like it's getting a little long in the tooth. The powertrains simply don't measure up, and other features have remained stagnant. Look for the Stratus to have one last go-round in 2006 and then ride off into the sunset.

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Dodge Stratus Questions

Ruby Atencio
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My Gages Dont Work

11 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
Elgin Curls
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Starter Good, Ignition Lock Great But Car Wont Crank

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PetsRUs
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Why Is My Stratus Still Overheating???

Overheating after doing everything recommended by mechanics. Three mechanics have worked on it. I am told it is not a head gasket or the thermostat. They changed the timing belt, radiator cap (3 times...

168 views with 5 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
moonray1958
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Put The Key In Wont Crank Or Start

just changed the battery, checked out stater and it was fine, checked the fuses, they were fine, tried a wire from the battery to the starter it turn over but would*nt start

20 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
steveo1958
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I Have 2005 Stratus That Doesnt Want To Warm Up Most Of The Time,then When ...

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