About Dodge Stratus

    The Dodge Stratus is a midsize four-door sedan that was first introduced for the 1995 model year. It was constructed on the Chrysler's JA platform along with the Chrysler Cirrus and Plymouth Breeze. The Stratus was slated to take over for the Dodge Spirit and competed with the Chevy Malibu as well as the Honda Accord. At its launch, the Dodge Stratus was outfitted with a standard 2.0L inline four-cylinder engine mated to either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission. Trim levels for the Stratus started off as the base and the ES, with the ES coming with the same 2.0L until 1997, after which it featured a DOHC 2.4L inline four-cylinder with an optional 2.5L V6 also available. A year later, the 2.4L became standard across the board and in 1999 the V6 became standard only in the ES.

    The Stratus showcased a variety of features and accessories, including the semi-automatic "Autostick" transmission, antilock brakes, a four-wheel independent wishbone suspension, cruise control, power accessories, a power driver's seat, leather upholstery, a six-CD disc changer, and an optional sunroof, all included into the list of the standard Dodge Stratus parts. Trim levels started off as the base and ES, however, in 2000 the base was changed to the SE. Within a year, the first generation of the Dodge Stratus was phased out with the new second generation model becoming available in 2001. This time around, the Stratus was available as both a coupe as well as sedan. The Stratus coupe was based off of the same building principles as the Mitsubishi Eclipse and featured numerous similarities in construction with the Japanese model.

    For the second generation, trim levels differed between body-styles. Stratus sedans were available in SE, SXT, and ES (R/T variants were also available). Coupes were offered strictly in SXT and R/T. As for the engines, Stratus coupes were equipped with a 2.4L inline four-cylinder capable of around 147 horsepower (except the sport-level R/T, which was geared with a 3.0L V6 good for 200 horsepower). These engines were paired to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. The Dodge Stratus sedans were powered by a 2.4L four-cylinder which produced up to 150 horsepower while a punchier 2.7L V6 that kicked out 200 horsepower was available, as well. All sedan versions of the Stratus received a four-speed automatic transmission and some other new parts.

    The Dodge Stratus is a cruising midsize that sticks around and makes its case, street by street, mile by mile. Fashionably attired and always reliable, the Stratus has always held the potential to make people notice. Delightful handling and freeway-worthy performance is why this vehicle is still a newsworthy item. Designed for efficiency and known for style, the Stratus is as much art as it is substance, and is considered a generational favorite for many Dodge drivers.

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    Dodge Stratus Transformed into Lamborghini Gallardo
    Dodge Stratus Transformed into Lamborghini Gallardo

    First introduced to the world in 1995, the Dodge Stratus was a mid-size four-door sedan. Just like its twins, the Plymouth Breeze and Chrysler Cirrus (recognized as “Cloud Cars”) the Stratus was on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for the years 1996 and 1997. With ratings of Dodge Stratus falling, its production came to a halt in early 2006. Being still offered in 2006, the model was broadly speaking not presented among other Dodge cars at auto shows.

    However, the vehicle of world-class automobile manufacturer is not forgotten by true enthusiasts or to be exact the Dodge Stratus was found wearing a Lamborghini Gallardo bodykit. According to Top Speed, this transformation is a miserable experiment which led the owner of this “masterpiece” to selling it on eBay.

    On the other hand, the creator of this model might have been realizing his dream while turning the ordinary vehicle into something more exotic. Such modified cars, as Porsche Boxster GT and Rolls Royce Phantom based on the 1991 Mercedes-Benz are also featured on eBay, but Dodge Gallardo is something really shocking.