2006 Dodge Stratus Sxt Sedan 4-door 2.4l on 2040-cars
Boring, Oregon, United States
I'm selling a 2006 Dodge Stratus with a 2.4 L 4cyl motor. It's in great condition as you can see from the pictures. The interior looks great.... The exterior looks great too, with only several scratches etc. The car gets around 20 MPG city and 27-29 MPG highway. Only 88,500 miles. It would be a great commuter car or gas saver. It also has custom wheels that make it a cool ride! The set of wheels would go for about $700 new. The Oregon plates are good till 7/15 so no DEQing.
A/C, ABS, CD player, AM/FM radio, Power doors, power locks, power seat, power windows, automatic transmission etc.
The only problem with the car is this: The valve in cylinder one is burned. I don't want to take the time and money to fix it since I just got a new car. The car's performance does not seem to be impeded and our mechanic felt that the car would go at least about the 50,000 miles. The problem would have to be fixed in order for the car to be DEQed though, unless you live outside of DEQ boundaries and then you would be totally fine. Without this problem, the car would be worth about $3800-$4100 according to Kelly Blue Book.
Email or call me @ 503-915-7030. If I don't answer leave me a message so I can get back to you.
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Auto blogWed, 06 Nov 2013 15:20:00 EST
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