Dodge is expanding its model lineup this spring with the introduction of four new SXT model cars and trucks. Dodge Neon, Stratus Sedan and Coupe, and Dodge Intrepid join the Dodge Durango and Dakota as SXT family members. These Dodge SXTs will be available for only a limited time. Dodge Neon SXT models have a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $13,995, when equipped with five-speed manual transmission and include all of the features of the ES models. Among them are a 132-horsepower 2.0L SOHC engine, 15-inch aluminum wheels, keyless entry, power locks and mirrors. SXT packaging includes an AM/FM/CD radio, six-speaker stereo sound, a tachometer, body-color in-strument panel bezels (yellow, red and blue), fog lamps, decklid spoiler, and a high-impact yellow paint option. Dodge Stratus SXT sedans receive SE-level equipment and are priced at $17,995. Included in the SXT package at no additional charge are 16-inch aluminum wheels, speed control, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD radio, power mirrors and wide body side molding. Dodge Stratus SXT coupes feature SE options and have an MSRP of $18,995. Added to the value package at no charge are 16-inch aluminum wheels, AM/FM four-disc CD radio, power seats with lumbar adjustment, keyless entry, security alarm and bright exhaust tip. Dodge Intrepid SXT models, at $23,995, start with ES-level packaging, yet add the high-output 244 horsepower 3.5L Magnum V-6 from the Intrepid R/T. SXT Intrepids also receive 17-inch polished aluminum wheels, P225/55R17 all-season touring tires, touring suspension, decklid spoiler and bright exhaust tips. Inside are the premium six-speaker sound system with 120-watt amplifier, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. Dodge previously introduced new SXT models in the truck line, including the Durango and Da-kota.

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