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'''Dodge 400 (K-car). 1982–3 (prod. 57,401). 2-door sedan, 2-door convertible. F/F, 2213, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' Upscale version of [[Dodge Aries]], fitting between that model and [[Chrysler LeBaron (1982–8)|Chrysler’s LeBaron]]. [[Chrysler]] chairman Lee Iacocca believed that there was a market for factory convertibles, and introduced the corporation’s first since the [[Dodge Challenger (1970–4)|1971 Challenger]]. The bet proved successful. Otherwise, the 400 was fairly close to Aries, with the 2·2-litre engine by Chrysler and a larger unit by [[Mitsubishi]]. Absorbed into the Dodge 600 range.
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'''Dodge 400 (K-car). 1982–3 (prod. 57,401). 2- and 4-door sedan, 2-door convertible. F/F, 2213, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' Upscale version of [[Dodge Aries]], fitting between that model and [[Chrysler LeBaron (1982–8)|Chrysler’s LeBaron]]. [[Chrysler]] chairman Lee Iacocca believed that there was a market for factory convertibles, and introduced the corporation’s first since the [[Dodge Challenger (1970–4)|1971 Challenger]]. The bet proved successful. Otherwise, the 400 was fairly close to Aries, with the 2·2-litre engine by Chrysler and a larger unit by [[Mitsubishi]]. Absorbed into the Dodge 600 range.
  
  

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1983 Dodge 400 Convertible.jpg

Dodge 400 (K-car). 1982–3 (prod. 57,401). 2- and 4-door sedan, 2-door convertible. F/F, 2213, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC). Upscale version of Dodge Aries, fitting between that model and Chrysler’s LeBaron. Chrysler chairman Lee Iacocca believed that there was a market for factory convertibles, and introduced the corporation’s first since the 1971 Challenger. The bet proved successful. Otherwise, the 400 was fairly close to Aries, with the 2·2-litre engine by Chrysler and a larger unit by Mitsubishi. Absorbed into the Dodge 600 range.


Manufacturing location: USA

Marque: Dodge | Successor: Dodge 600







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