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1995 Dodge Intrepid

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Most affordable of Chrysler Corporations innovative LH sedans, the Intrepid wore the same body as the Chrysler Concorde and Eagle Vision. One of two V6 engines drives the front wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission. A 3.3-liter was standard, and a 24-valve 3.5-liter was optional. Dual airbags and power rack-and-pinion was standard. Base Intrepids have front-disc/rear-drum brakes, while the sportier ES halts with 4-wheel discs. Antilock braking was optional on both, as was traction control. Most Intrepids had bucket seats, but a base model could be ordered with a front bench instead.ES Intrepids gained standard antilock braking, which remained an option on base sedans, and the cruise control added a cancel feature.

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