Dodges midsize Stratus sedans get a restyled front end that includes a monochromatic grille for the sporty R/T (road/track) edition for the 2004 model year. The lineup also includes SE and ES sedans, as well as a value-priced SXT version. Audio controls on the sedan steering wheels are no... Read Full Report
The technical term is mid-cycle freshening. That means with the next-generation Stratus not due to arrive until the 2006 model year, it's time for Dodge to use cosmetics to touch up age marks on the old model. And that means new front fascia and grille treatment as well as some equipment upgrades to make Stratus a bit more appealing as it awaits eventual replacement. We tested the &apo... Read full review for the 2004 Dodge Stratus
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I've had this car (the coupe r/t) for a couple years now, and has almost never let me down. Seems to be a very reliable car. Full of style and performance. My only complaint is it's hard to get to the... Read Full Review
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