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Well guys I picked up my new baby tonight.... :funparty: I'm in LOVE!!! :love:

It's a 2003 Dodge Stratus SXT....

Vehicle 2003 Dodge STRATUS SXT
Bodystyle 4 Dr Sedan
Exterior Color Sterling Blue Satin Glow
Interior Color Dark Slate Gray
Mileage 26,716 Miles
Engine 2.4 liter 4 Cyl. Dohc Fuel Injected
Transmission Automatic With Overdrive

Options and Accessories



Power Steering
Power Brakes
Power Door Locks
Power Windows
Radial Tires
Gauge Cluster
Clock Trip Odometer Tachometer
Air Conditioning
Tilt Steering Wheel
Cruise Control
Tinted Glass
Interval Wipers
Rear Defroster
Remote Trunk Lid
Driver Side Air Bag
Console
Carpeting
Vanity Mirror Day/Night Lever
Dual Sport Mirrors
Front Bucket Seats Reclining Seats
Cloth Upholstery
Center Arm Rest
Sport Steering Wheel
Driver Side Remote Mirror
Passenger Side Air Bag
Premium Sound System
AM/FM Stereo Radio
Security System
CD Player
Remote Keyless Entry
Alloy Wheels

FOR PICS... GO TO: http://ppal1981.freeservers.com
 

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I'm sooooooooooo jealous of you
 

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Meh, it's alright I suppose, I much prefer the coupe (totally different car).
 

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Nice to see you got yourself another car. Sounds real smart economically with the gas prices theatening to make last year look like nothing..
 

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Wow, I like it nice color. I want the dealerships around here to have inside lots. Car looks super clean and ready to go. Only thing I would hate is the E-Brake right up there, it would make me want to pull it all the time.
 

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Foot pedal e-brakes SUCK big time......my Aries had a foot pedal ebrake as well.....I hated it (still used it though) ;)
 

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Avenger is just agreeing that foot breaks do suck, fun wise.
Whenever it was winter time, and I had a car with a hand brake, I pulled a few 180's
 

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Looks great!! I liked my Stratus but it was a 1st gen (2000 SE 2.4 auto/OD AM/FM/Cas/CD ABS etc) Put around 90K on it with no major problems. Check out Stratusphere for a good website on them...
 

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IntrepidBus IV said:
Looks like the e-brake is in the console to me ???
It pretty much is... I'll take some pics over the weekend when I do a full detail..... :bdaysmile
 

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Very nice car! I was looking at a few of them, but they are still a bit out of my price range. Plus I allready have a midsize compact, my Acclaim. The Trep' is a full sizer


Many miles ahead with the new car!
 

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ithacakid14850 said:
lets see some pics ehh...
Look in beginning post... the pics are linked to my site.

ithacakid14850 said:
what makes it an sxt? sounds like the base engine to me
To clarify:

Model Lineup

Stratus sedan comes in four trim levels, SE, SXT, ES, and R/T. Stratus Coupe comes in three trim levels, SE, STX, and R/T.

Sedan SE ($17,980) is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with dual overhead cams, generating 150 horsepower. A four-speed automatic is the only transmission available. SE is modestly equipped with air conditioning, power brakes and power steering, tilt steering wheel, AM/FM cassette stereo with four speakers, power locks and power windows with one-touch auto-down for the driver's window. It comes with 15-inch steel wheels and 205/65TR15 tires.

Sedan SXT ($19,045) offers a good value, adding a CD changer, body-color door handles, illuminated entry, keyless entry, power mirrors, and 16-inch aluminum wheels with 205/60TR16 tires.

Sedan ES ($21,490) comes standard with the 2.7-liter twin-cam V6 rated 200 horsepower, automatic transmission, chromed aluminum wheels, and a sport-tuned suspension with front and rear stabilizer bars and firm-feel power steering. ES gets a higher level of trim, including an eight-way power driver's seat, premium cloth bucket seats, an interior light package, illuminated vanity mirrors, and a mini trip computer.

Anti-lock brakes ($565) are optional on SE, SXT, and SE.

Sedan R/T ($21,850) mates the V6 with a five-speed manual transmission. A four-speed automatic is optional for no additional charge. ABS comes standard on the R/T, along with a performance-tuned suspension, 17-inch wheels with P215/50TR17 all-season performance tires, and performance-tuned steering. R/T also comes with a premium stereo and is distinguished by its trunklid spoiler, wide bodyside molding and a body-color grille.
 

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