Dodge Stratus Turbo 2002 posters

Dodge Stratus Turbo

The Dodge Stratus was a two-door and four-door mid-sized car that was first introduced in 1995. It was the last to survive of the Cloud Cars, which includes the Cirrus, renamed to Sebring, and the Breeze, discontinued in 2001. The Stratus also served as the model name for the Dodge coupe, based on the third generation Mitsubishi Eclipse platform. Its marketing with the four-door model used the same name and a few exterior styling cues to promote both models as one vehicle. The Chrysler produced a version of the new coupe, also named Sebring, but was an entirely different vehicle from the Sebring sedan. Dodge took away the Stratus from the Canadian market. These Stratus and Sebring sedans for generation two used a modified version of the Chrysler JA platform, called JR. Unfortunately, due to less-than-average reviews by consumer and auto magazines, sales of the Stratus and Sebring declined. Which then led to the debut of the Intrepid and Charger models to the market. Both the Intrepid and the Dodge Stratus coupe models got taken away after 2005, while the Dodge Stratus was dropped from the lineup a year after in May 2006. The Sebring name, however, still lives on. In Mexico, the Stratus R/T was offered in a turbocharged version. This engine was improved in 2001, which then increased its power to 215 hp. Later, in 2004, the upgrade in engine gave the Stratus R/T a power of 225 hp at 5200 rpm and 235 ft·lbf (319 N·m) of torque at 4200 rpm. The "High Output" badge displayed on the rear of this model enabled quick recognition of the turbocharged version.

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