2004 Dodge Stratus
84,362 Miles
$7,500

Omaha, NE
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2002 Dodge Stratus
86,877 Miles
$3,988

Missoula, MT
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2004 Dodge Stratus
208,193 Miles
$3,999

Salem, OR
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2002 Dodge Stratus
230,002 Miles
$2,300

Burley, ID
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2004 Dodge Stratus
135,650 Miles
$6,000

Spokane Valley, WA
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2004 Dodge Stratus
78,710 Miles
$7,821

Everett, WA
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2006 Dodge Stratus
86,749 Miles
$6,988

Spokane, WA
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2005 Dodge Stratus
183,902 Miles
$2,000

Seattle, WA
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2004 Dodge Stratus
105,953 Miles
$3,688

Dover, DE
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2000 Dodge Stratus
100,767 Miles
$3,977

Bohemia, NY
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1999 Dodge Stratus
182,337 Miles
$2,000

Louisville, KY
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2006 Dodge Stratus
144,844 Miles
$2,988

Glenwood Springs, CO
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2000 Dodge Stratus
92,980 Miles
$3,797

Medford, OR
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2002 Dodge Stratus
148,977 Miles
$4,320

Adrian, MI
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2005 Dodge Stratus
88,670 Miles
$3,333

Shippensburg, PA
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2003 Dodge Stratus
201,395 Miles
$2,995

Darlington, WI
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2004 Dodge Stratus
119,402 Miles
$3,979

Burns Harbor, IN
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2002 Dodge Stratus
112,287 Miles
$3,297

Madison, WI
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2006 Dodge Stratus
78,683 Miles
$4,490

Schuylkill Haven, PA
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2001 Dodge Stratus
160,952 Miles
$3,000

Bellevue, NE
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Dodge Stratus Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.9
Performance
3.7
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
3.8

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Dodge Stratus Owner Ratings & Reviews

2004 Dodge Stratus - Vehicle starts to fall apart as it gets older

Wichita, Kansas
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
2.0
There have been some... Overly ambitious situations shall we say.... That I've put my car through. Like going through flood waters that were starting to go over the hood. It might just be this particular car, but I liked the fact that it is able to make it through some flood waters that drown out lesser cars. A drawback to this is there is a lot of water seepage everywhere when doing this, and even when there is a light rain there are times when water gets stuck in the doors and you can hear is sloshing around. The car does also tend to fall apart in time - I'm on my third heater and fourth air conditioner in 6 years, and the window motors have been replaced at least once each. As I mentioned in the title, the car does tend to fall apart the older it gets. Just one of the things I've... (more)
Title
I have a few times gone into flood waters that approach and cover the very bottom parts of the hood. Not exactly good for the car, but so long as I kept applying the gas I still managed to make it through the flood waters, and got a few middle fingers from stranded motorists on the way. Also nothing like driving past an SUV that drowned out because they went to fast through flood waters!
Pros
Vehicle rarely dies, even though it is slowly falling apart. I love the fact that I don't really need to worry about flood waters, and the car is more or less comfortable to drive in.
Cons
Car falls apart as it ages. Not only that, replacement parts don't seem to last long, and replacing the battery is a pain, since it is in the wheel well of the driver's side wheel.

2001 Dodge Stratus - I really like it other than suspension issues

Alliance, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
There are a lot of things I like about my Stratus. It's comfortable to drive, there's a lot of room for a mid-size car, it gets good gas mileage, and the styling is nice... it's got a good mix of sportiness and practicality. It's also fun to drive. The handling seems a lot like some smaller cars that I've had. The quality of most everything seems very good. Since it's 13 years old, and I live in NE Ohio, it does have some rust, but that's to be expected. I've usually gone about 4 months in between oil changes, and it doesn't seem to lose any oil. The only thing that I've disliked and that has been a recurring problem is issues with suspension parts. I knew that where the right rear strut attached to the body of the car had been "jerry rigged" when I bought it in 2006, but the salesman ... (more)
Title
I took a trip to see family about 300 miles away. On my way there I thought I heard a bit of a noise in the right front a couple times. I stopped and looked under the hood, and at what I could see around the tire, but I couldn't see anything wrong. I figured if I heard it again I'd have to stop and have it looked at, but I didn't hear it again, not even on the way back. The first I heard it ag... (more)
Pros
I've always got pretty good gas mileage with this car. I mostly do in town driving and get an average of about 20 mpg. The two times I've taken it on a trip of about 300 miles I got around 27 or 28 mpg on the highway. I liked the body styling when I first started seeing this model on the road. The inside styling is very nice, and the car has always been comfortable to drive. It has a lot of room for a mid-size car. I'm usually alone when I'm driving, but I have had 3 passengers a couple times and it seemed like there was plenty of room for everyone. I've moved twice since I had it and was ... (more)
Cons
The issues I've had with the suspension have been the worst things about the car. There does seem to be more of a blind spot when stopped and looking to the right for oncoming traffic than in some other cars I've had, but I don't really know why since there's not a wide post there. When I first got the car it took me awhile to get used to how low the front of the car is when I was pulling forward into a parking spot or up behind a car at a stop, and the opposite for the back because it's high and makes it hard to judge where the car actually ends. I am a smoker, so I do wish it had an asht... (more)

2005 Dodge Stratus -

Cary, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
4.0
Overall, it's a pretty good vehicle. I've got over 160,000 miles on mine, and I've only had to take it in for unscheduled repairs twice. It squeaks and groans a little bit now, but at 12 years old that's not so much a problem as an eventuality. The interior is plain, but holds up well to years of use. It rides well in all conditions and weather types, including ice and snow.
Title
I was very confused the first time I had to jump a friend's car with mine. I couldn't, for the life of me, find the battery anywhere in the engine compartment. It took a quick check on the internet to find out that it was located in the wheel well. Every time the battery gets changed, you have to remove the tire to get to it.
Pros
If regularly maintained, it will run forever. I've had very few mechanical or electrical problems over the years, and nothing out of line for the age and mileage on the vehicle. To the contrary, actually. In any other car, I'd probably have had twice the mechanical issues I've had with this car. Though that's a good thing, since repairs are something of an issue. The battery life is actually rather good. Being sealed away in the wheel well means that contacts stay clean and the battery stays in better repair than out in the engine compartment.
Cons
Any sort of repairs that need to be done are difficult. The 6-cylinder engine fills basically the entire compartment, so everything else is sort of crammed in whatever space was left over. If any engine related work needs to be done, no matter how minor, it will probably need to go to the mechanic. That also means that everything will take a little longer than average to fix, so labor costs are a bit higher than you'd normally expect. Almost everything that can go wrong requires a lift to repair. You'll also need to set aside funds regularly for new tires. It eats through the front set at... (more)