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Types of Dodge Cars

Dodge Caravan
Dodge Caravan

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Dodge Polara
Dodge Polara

The Dodge Polara is an automobile introduced in the United States for the 1960 model year as Dodge's top-of-the-line full-size car; after the introduction of the Dodge Custom 880 in 1962, the Polara nameplate designated a step below the full sized best trimmed Dodge model; the Polara that year had been downsized to what was in effect intermediate, or mid-size status.

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Dodge Stratus
Dodge Stratus

Introduced in the mid-'90s, the Dodge Stratus was a replacement for the aging and boxy Spirit. It was one of three sedans based on Chrysler's "JA" platform, including the Plymouth Breeze and Chrysler Cirrus.

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Plymouth Acclaim (1989–1995)
Plymouth Acclaim (1989–1995)

Plymouth Acclaim / Dodge Spirit/ Chrysler LeBaron / Saratoga The Dodge Spirit and Plymouth Acclaim (also sold as one model of the Chrysler LeBaron and, outside the US, as the Saratoga) provided reliable transportation in a traditionally styled four-door sedan from 1989 to 1995.

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Plymouth Arrow (1976–1980, Rebadged Mitsubishi Lancer Celeste)
Plymouth Arrow (1976–1980, Rebadged Mitsubishi Lancer Celeste)

... Total 1999 production for Plymouth cars was to 195,714 with Dodge at ... Plymouth Arrow (1976–1980, rebadged Mitsubishi Lancer Celeste) Plymouth Arrow Truck ...

Plymouth Arrow Truck (1979–1982, Rebadged Mitsubishi Forte)
Plymouth Arrow Truck (1979–1982, Rebadged Mitsubishi Forte)

Plymouth built various trucks and vans over the years, mainly rebadged Dodge or Chrysler vehicles. Early pickups, delivery trucks, and other commercial trucks were available, and later an SUV, full-sized vans, and minivans.

Plymouth Barracuda (1964–1974)
Plymouth Barracuda (1964–1974)

The Plymouth Barracuda is a two-door automobile manufactured by Plymouth from the 1964 to 1974 model years. The first-generation Barracuda, a hardtop fastback, was based on the A-body platform (shared with the Valiant). The first generation car featured distinctive wraparound back glass and was marketed from 1964 to 1966.

Plymouth Belvedere (1954–1970)
Plymouth Belvedere (1954–1970)

The Plymouth Belvedere was an American automobile model that was produced by Plymouth from 1954 to 1970. The Belvedere name was first used for a new hardtop body style in the Plymouth Cranbrook line for the 1951 model year.

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Plymouth Breeze (1996–2000)
Plymouth Breeze (1996–2000)

1995-2000 Dodge Stratus, Plymouth Breeze, and Chrysler Cirrus sedans: award-winning, trend-setting, and surprising new cars from Chrysler

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Plymouth Cambridge (1951-1953)
Plymouth Cambridge (1951-1953)

The cars were not new; the Cranbrook was the 1950 Special Deluxe, just as the Cambridge was the Deluxe. The very first Plymouth Cranbrook appeared on December 11, 1950; the similar but shorter-wheelbase Plymouth Concord started on December 12.

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Plymouth Caravelle (1985–1988)
Plymouth Caravelle (1985–1988)

The Plymouth Caravelle is a mid-size sedan that was introduced by Plymouth as a 1983 Canadian model. The Caravelle came to the United States in 1985 to replace the Chrysler E-Class. It was essentially identical to the concurrent Dodge 600.

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SRT Viper
SRT Viper

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