Dodge Stratus Model Overview
Used Dodge Stratus
Dodge Stratus Questions
My car blows very little heat. The fan works as it blows just not very warm air. The water pump is new I believe the thermostat is fairly new. The car does not over heat and the coolant is full. Pl...
I have a coolant leak there is a puddle right near my front passenger tire the overflow tank is usually low or empty once I checked this and the radiator is usually full or a little low
Driver's Side Brake Light Out
Tail light working, brake light isn't. Dual filament 3057 bulb was fine. Have voltage to the plug connector. Don't see any breaks in the lousy simulated plastic circuit board. Turned bulb socket to th...
Transmission clutch and pressure plate feels good pressure when apply, slave cylinder is working properly, but gear's don't engage. The stick shift moves freely and all the linkages also are workin...
Car went into the repair shop today and had this done plug wires and plugs, value cover gasket put on. After I left the oil light comes on so I go back. We check oil it's fine and check for codes ...
Older Dodge Stratus
Dodge Stratus Overview
The 1999 Dodge Stratus enters 1999 with two trims, the ES and the Base. Between them, they offer three engines controlled by 2 different transmissions. The ES comes with the standard 2.5-liter V6 with 168 hp, and a standard 4-speed automatic transmission. The Base gives you the option of a 2.0 or 2.4-liter I4, and a five speed manual or 4 speed automatic, depending on your budget and driving preferences. Gas mileage from the 1999 Dodge Stratus depends on which engine/transmission combo you pick, but ranges from 26/37 mpg to 19/27 mpg.
For comfort and convenience, the 1999 Dodge Stratus has air conditioning, cruise control, a CD changer, an optional moonroof, and leather seats. The trunk has more than enough room to carry the weekly groceries, without taking away from any of the room in the passenger compartment. To keep your family and your food safe, the 1999 Dodge Stratus has an ABS system, power door locks, a locking differential, and passenger and driver airbags.
Owners of the 1999 Dodge Stratus seemed happier with the 1999 than owners did with previous models. The common complaints were replacing transmissions to early, blown head gaskets, and squeaky, soft brakes, but the frequency of complaints is going down as the years of the Dodge Stratus progress. Most owners were happy with the amount of passenger space and the interior comforts, though some people did say the car is not made for taller or heavier drivers. Overall, this is said to be a pretty good, practical, family-oriented car.