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2003 Dodge Stratus OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Danbury, Connecticut
3.0
Dodge Stratus SXT was worth every penny I paid.
The Dodge Stratus SXT is a car made by Mitsubishi Motors here in America. Dodge wanted to come out with a sporty edition of their Dodge Stratus so they hired on Mitsubishi to make a version of the car different only in exterior body of the car. Overall I have owned the car for eight years and it has ran flawlessly. It currently has 116,000 miles on it and the only repairs I have had to make was changing the alternator belt.
Christopher
Christopher
Paragould, Arkansas
1.0
I would not recommend this vehicle.
One could say that my Dodge Stratus SXT sedan must not be such a terrible vehicle as I am still driving the 2003 model car in 2019, but let me explain. I purchased the car new; it only had 34 miles on it. It currently has less the 80,000 miles on it. The cabin is loud, not blocking out near enough road noise. The car started rattling within a few years, even though almost all of the miles were paved roads, and there were a well-below-average number of miles driven. I started having problems with the air conditioner around the fifth year of ownership, and several different mechanics have been unable to fix the issue, or manage to only get it to work for one summer. I have had to have the same sensor (they call it an oxygen sensor) replaced at least every other year for half of the time I have had the car; again, I used different mechanics to make sure the same mechanic wasn't the problem. Within five years of purchasing the car, and very rarely (almost never) having any passenger in the backseat, the plastic inserts known as door handles were cracked in ways that should not have happened considering the lack of stress from use. The plastic trim piece around the stereo and A/C controls cracked and fell apart. I know some parts weather, but I feel like with the below average wear considered, these are not problems I should have had to deal with.