1991 Dodge Stealth ES 3.0L DOHC from North America
A cheap Honda killer
AC Belt broke at 102,100 miles.
Brake calipers changed at 102,235 miles.
Radio going bad.
I bought this car in April of 2002 from some tuner for $3100. It needed a new muffler and paint, but the engine still runs great. The radio has problems, and the AC belt broke soon after. But for $3100, it was a bargain. The car handles very well, accelerate great, and is pretty quick off the line. Unfortunately mine did not come with a rear spoiler (The crescent shaped one) and I'm currently looking for one in the junkyard right now, and a new front rim, since the left side has a big dent.
Overall, the car is pretty much a 3000GT with Dodge's name all over it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd August, 2002
29th Aug 2002, 16:10
Dude, this car is crap. My Stealth ('93) had problems right after it hit the 70k mile mark. I don't blame Dodge, but Mitsubishi. They're the ones responsible for the car's engine and mechanicals. Too bad Dodge was stupid enough to bring this car under their name, since they had to lose a lot of money. If you really want to kill Honda Civics, get something like a 240SX; they last forever and can take a beating. Don't get me wrong, Dodge is a great car manufacturer (I now own a '99 Ram 2500 and I love it), but this car really kills their reputation. Anyways, hope yours don't end up in the junkyard like mine did :)