Dodge Stratus Sedan 2004 posters

Dodge Stratus Sedan

The Dodge Stratus sedan was introduced in 2001, replacing the three "cloud cars" that had been previously offered. The Chrysler version of the new coupe, which was built on the third generation Mitsubishi Eclipse platform, was named the Sebring, despite the fact that it was completely different from the Sebring sedan. The Dodge Stratus coupe was sold in tandem with the sedan, featuring some of the same exterior styling cues. The Stratus and Sebring sedans both used the Chrysler JA platform renamed JR. In Mexico, the Stratus R/T featured a turbocharged 2.4 L engine which was upgraded in 2001 for increased power. The engine was further improved in 2004, providing 225 hp and 235 ft·lbf (319 N·m) of torque. Later U.S. versions of the engine were used in the Dodge SRT-4. Sales of the Stratus and its coupe variant declined over time, as the sedan’s ratings from consumer and auto magazines dropped and larger models like the Intrepid and Charger reached record levels of success. The coupe was dropped from the lineup after 2005, and the Stratus sedan was officially discontinued in May 2006.

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