The 2003 Dodge Stratus can be had as a coupe or sedan. The sedan comes in four trims: SXT, SE, ES and R/T. The coupe is available in two trims: SXT and R/T. The SXT trim level has 15-inch alloy wheels, intermittent wipers, rear defogger, and four-wheel independent suspension. A touring suspension is an option for the SXT only. The SE trim adds 16-inch wheels, power door mirrors, and delay-off headlights. The ES trim has front fog lights and outside temperature display. The R/T trim includes a spoiler. A power moonroof is an option for all trims.
The 2003 Dodge Stratus features revised front and rear styling and an updated instrument panel and center console. The SE coupe is only available to fleet buyers, such as rental car agencies, police forces, and taxi companies. Sedans continue as before, except the SE Plus has been discontinued and the V-6 engine with the automatic transmission is now flexible fuel-rated so it can run on ethanol as well as gasoline.
The 2003 Dodge Stratus SXT has tilt steering wheel, air-conditioning, power windows and steering, AM/FM stereo, and cloth seats. The SE adds remote keyless entry, speed control, and a CD player. The ES includes power driver seat, trip computer, compass, and leather shift knob. The R/T has the option for steering wheel mounted audio controls. Leather upholstery and steering wheel trim is optional for the ES and R/T.
The 2003 Dodge Stratus coupe/sedan is an interestingly-styled alternative to Asian rivals. It offers decent features and some solid selling points. But it lacks the competition’s build quality, reliability, and performance. Not a bad choice, but buyers should shop around before settling.
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