1995 Dodge Stratus Overview


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1995 Dodge Stratus Overview

The 1995 Dodge Stratus is a family sedan with some punch. With two trim packages available, the base and the ES, the Stratus has a little something for everyone. The 1995 Dodge Stratus comes with a standard 5 speed manual transmission, with a 4 speed automatic as an option on both models. The engine options are a 131 hp 4 cylinder, or a 162 hp V6, both of which can bring forth some speed and acceleration, especially in conjunction with a manual transmission. The 1995 Dodge Stratus certainly isn't a sports car, but it can move fairly well for a sedan.

On the inside of the 1995 Dodge Stratus is a good-sized, comfortable sedan, ready to take you and your family or friends anywhere with a trunk full of victuals. Air conditioning, cruise control and a cassette player all come standard in the 1995 Dodge Stratus. Also, the cargo room in the 1995 Dodge Stratus is more than it might appear on first glance, because the rear end is slightly higher than it would be normally.

Owners of the 1995 Dodge Stratus generally like the car. They are the first to admit that it is not the most high quality vehicle in terms of interior features, but it is a good, solid, family car with few major problems. More than one owner was very impressed with the amount of space the 1995 Dodge Stratus had, both in the passenger compartment and in cargo space. The 1995 is a good, practical car with a little bit of zip under the hood.


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