Are Stealth R/T 's any good? Feul mileage, parts, speed, durability, etc.?


Asked by Mar 21, 2010 at 03:51 PM about the 1991 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr R/T Hatchback

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I'm looking to buy a Stealth R/T, and i'm wondering if it's a good idea. Are they durable? Good fuel mileage? Fast? Parts Cheap? Handling? etc.

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they arent bad. its pretty quick and very good one gas. mine goes about 260km/h

I have a 1994 Dodge Stealth R/T front wheel drive and it is fast, but the cost of repairs are high. The front struts are approximately $120.00 each and the strut mounts are 65.00 each, and that's only for the front. The rear struts are about $100.00 each and the mounts are $40.00 each. Then if you are doing a brake job the ceramic brakes are about $50.00 for the front and slightly cheaper for the back, and if you want to spend more money on wheel bearings and hub assembly the price is about $100.00 also. So if you purchase a dodge stealth be aware that the cost to repair them is high. Thats if you are doing the work yourself. I took my car to belle tire and they wanted $880.00 to install 2 front mounts and 2 front struts and then do an alignment.


if you want fast, skip the r/t and go straight to a twin turbo model. any stealth you get will have so-so durability, gas mileage, and a high(ish) parts price. t/t's are awd with all wheel steering and they handle like a dream. can't say the fwd base, es, and r/t would handle nearly as well.

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