1995 Dodge Spirit

  • 1995 Dodge Spirit Base Sedan

    Base Sedan

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      2.5L I4
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1995 Dodge Spirit Review

The end of a car that could never keep up.

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A reliable little sedan with a sturdy engine, the 1995 Dodge Spirit is the final model manufactured by Dodge. Gone is the four-speed automatic transmission option, as well as the ES and LE models. Only the base model remains, which comes with a fair amount of excellent standard features. Upgraded models from previous years are no longer available, which is disappointing for drivers looking for a few extra comfort and convenience features.

The 1995 Dodge Spirit has a practical exterior design with a roomy interior. The engines are known to keep well over the years, with very little need for maintenance.

The Range

Body Styles: sedan
Engines: 2.5-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: three-speed automatic
Models: Dodge Spirit

What's New

In terms of exterior and interior design, the 1995 Dodge Spirit is virtually identical to the 1994 model.


The 1995 Dodge Spirit comes equipped with 14-inch wheels, a boxy design with a wide rear end, and it sits low to the ground. Several options are available, including alloy wheels, special factory paint, power heated mirrors, and more.


Interior features that come standard with the 1995 Dodge Spirit include cloth seating, a front split bench seat, cruise control, power steering, air-conditioning, an AM/FM/cassette audio system, and a tilt steering wheel. Several options are available, including power door locks and power windows.

Performance & Handling

Equipped with a standard 2.5-liter V-4, the 1995 Dodge Spirit is by no means the fastest car on the road. Handling on the Spirit is average compared to other cars in its class and steering is hard but accurate.


Similar to the rest of its features, the 1995 Dodge Spirit is light on standard safety, with only a driver-side front airbag. There are no crash test ratings currently available for the 1995 Dodge Spirit.

EPA Fuel Economy

Dodge Spirit: 19/24 mpg city/highway, 21 mpg combined

You'll Like

  • Passenger and cargo space
  • Good standard features

You Won't Like

  • Underpowered engine
  • Minimal safety features

Sum Up

The end of a car that could never keep up.

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