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1995 Dodge Stealth Review
Sleek style and stealthy performance.
Reviewed by Automotive on
When the Dodge Stealth series was introduced in 1995, the manufacturer clearly intended to produce a model that would satisfy the needs of every driver. Even the base model offers a host of features and accessories that are normally found only in more expensive vehicles. The two-door, twin turbo coupe has been described as the ideal marriage between sporty performance and comfortable driving.
The styling and design is eye-catching, but it would be a mistake to think that the Dodge Stealth does not handle like a sports car. It is a unique compromise between handling, comfort, luxury, and performance. The many standard features that are only offered as optional extras in many other models often surprise buyers.
Engines: 222-hp 3.0-liter V-6 (regular gas)
Transmissions: six-speed manual w/OD, four-speed automatic w/OD, five-speed manual w/OD
Models: Dodge Stealth, Dodge Stealth R/T, Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo
The 1995 Dodge Stealth offers chromed 18-inch aluminum wheels for the R/T Turbo model.
The 1995 Dodge Stealth is a two-door coupe that has been described by some reviewers as cheeky and sexy. All models feature a front and rear spoiler as well as a tonneau cover. Body cladding protects the lower part of the car against scratches and chipping. All models feature power door mirrors. The alloy wheels, also standard on all models, carry 225/55VR16.0 tires in both the front and rear. The Dodge Stealth series is available in a wide variety of colors. Buyers may add a moon roof as an optional extra.
The 1995 Dodge Stealth series literally bristles with interior features. A leather steering wheel and full carpeting are standard for all models. Buyers may opt for bucket seats in the front as an additional feature. The driver’s seat offers ten individual adjustments to ensure a comfortable driving position. Power steering and an adjustable steering wheel are also standard for all models. Radio and cassette players with six speakers are factory fitted, although the addition of a CD player will incur an additional fee. The instrument panels are arranged in a particularly pleasing manner and visibility is excellent. The air-conditioning system functions beautifully. Buyers that want a little extra can opt for a range of features such as cruise control, keyless entry systems (except on the R/T turbo model) and a compact disc changer. Leg and headroom in the rear may be troublesome for taller passengers.
Performance & Handling
The Dodge Stealth series has been designed as a sporty car. It is meant to be fun to drive while remaining comfortable and economical. The 3.0-liter, V-6 engines of the base and R/T models provide enough power to cruise at comfortable speeds, even in higher gears. The R/T turbo model offers an impressive 315 lb-ft of torque. There is more than enough horsepower for an exciting ride on almost any type of road. All models are front-wheel drive, except for the R/T turbo that features all-wheel drive. Acceleration is excellent and the 1995 Dodge Stealth has a very narrow turning circle. Road holding is truly superior, even in snow and wet conditions.
All models of the 1995 Dodge Stealth feature dual front-impact airbags. The base and R/T models can be fitted with anti-lock brakes as an upgrade. Visibility is excellent in all models due to fog lights, intermittent windscreen wipers, and rear-window defrosters. All models have been designed with front-impact crumple zones to protect passengers in case of a head-on collision.
EPA Fuel Economy
- Comprehensive and well-presented instrumentation panel
- Turns on a dime
- Excellent acceleration
- Many luxurious standard features
- Superior road holding even in bad weather conditions
You Won't Like
- Limited head and legroom in the back
- Limited luggage space
- Maintenance cost above average
Sleek style and stealthy performance.
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