How fast can a Dodge Stratus go?
|0 – 100 kph||7.5 s|
|0 – 60 mph||7.4 s|
|1/4 mile||15.7 s @ 90.1 mph|
|Top speed||224 kph (139 mph)|
When did they stop making Dodge Stratus?
|Production||December 1994–2006 (sedan) 2000–2005 (coupé)|
|Model years||1995–2006 (sedan) 2001–2005 (coupé)|
|Body and chassis|
How good is a Dodge Stratus?
Comfortable, Reliable and great for long drives If I had the chance I’d buy another one and have it for 7yrs+ like I did with my last stratus. It’s great for traveling. I took it from Kansas to Oregon back n forth for three years. It was very comfortable and reliable.
How many horsepower does a Dodge Stratus have?
This engine produced 168 hp (125 kW; 170 PS) at 5200 rpm and 216 pound force-feet (293 N⋅m) of torque at 2200 rpm. All 2.4L turbo engines were only for the Mexican market.
When did the Dodge Stratus go out of production?
The Stratus was discontinued in May 2006 (the Sebring name was continued). In Mexico, the Stratus R/T came in a turbocharged version. The Stratus R/T’s turbocharged 2.4 L engine went through some improvements in 2001, when power was increased to 215 hp (160 kW).
Is the Dodge Stratus convertible a Chrysler car?
Chrysler also sells a Sebring convertible derived from the sedan that Dodge does not get. The Stratus coupe has the same basic styling as its Chrysler counterpart. Dodge gives its version a different grille, front fascia and taillights.
Is the Dodge Stratus the same as the Cirrus?
For Brazil, the Stratus was marketed as the Chrysler Stratus, the equivalent Chrysler Cirrus being unavailable. It had the same engines as the North American version but a higher ground clearance for the road conditions there.