Plymouth Reliant

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Plymouth Reliant (K-car). 1981–9 (prod. 1,120,000 approx.). 2- and 4-door sedan, 5-door wagon. F/F, 2213, 2507, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC). Plymouth edition of much-vaunted K-car, credited with saving Chrysler along with Dodge Aries twin. Reliant name meant to signal better quality than outgoing Plymouth Volaré, and it was an improvement. Retained Volaré name when sold by Chrysler de México. Competent, roomy and functional; sold on value for money. Mid-term facelift for 1985 model year.


Manufacturing locations: Newark, Delaware, USA; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Toluca, México

Marque: Plymouth | Predecessor: Plymouth Volaré | Successor: Plymouth Acclaim


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