The Dodge Intrepid offers a comfortable ride and full-size interior room for five people (or six if you opt for the front bench seat). It handles well and has lots of power. In spite of its age, the Intrepid's styling still looks fresh, with a sporty and modern appearance. This year, Dodge took the racing Intrepid racing, entering the competitive world of NASCAR Winston Cup stock car racing. That's a claim none of the other large four-door sedans can make. Some changes for the 2001 Intrepid include thicker glass aimed to quiet the interior, optional side airbags for the front passengers, and a three-point seatbelt for the center rear seat passenger.