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List of Chrysler platforms

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List of Chrysler platforms

Contents

  • Rear wheel drive cars 1
  • Front wheel drive cars 2
  • Trucks 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Rear wheel drive cars

Platform Years Vehicle Type Chrysler Dodge Plymouths
A 1960–1977 compact car - Dart
Demon
Lancer
Barracuda
Duster
Scamp
Valiant
B 1962–1979 mid-size car 300
Cordoba
Charger
Coronet
Dart
Magnum
Monaco
Polara
Belvedere
Fury
GTX
Road Runner
Satellite
Savoy
C 1965–1977 full-size car 300
Imperial
New Yorker
Newport
Town and Country
Monaco
Polara
Fury
Gran Fury
VIP
D 1957–1966 full-size car Imperial - -
E 1970–1974 coupe - Challenger Barracuda
F 1976–1980 compact car - Aspen Duster
Road Runner
Volare
M 1977–1989 mid-size car LeBaron
Fifth Avenue
New Yorker
Town and Country
Diplomat Gran Fury
R 1979–1981 full-size car Newport
New Yorker
St. Regis Gran Fury
J 1980–1983 coupe Cordoba
Imperial
Mirada -
SR 1992–2002 sports car - Viper -
PR 1997–2002 sports car Prowler - Prowler
LX/LD 2005–present full-size car 300 Magnum
Charger
-
ZH 2005–2008 sports car Crossfire - -
LC 2008–present sports car - Challenger -
ZB 2003–2010 sports car - Viper -
ZD 2013 sports car - SRT Viper -

Front wheel drive cars

Platform Years Vehicle Type Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Eagle Jeep
L 1978–1990 subcompact car - Omni
024
Charger
Rampage
Horizon
TC3
Turismo
Scamp
- -
K 1981–1989 mid-size car LeBaron
Town and Country
Executive
Aries
400
Reliant - -
E 1983–1988 mid-size car New Yorker
New Yorker Turbo
E-Class
600 Caravelle - -
S 1984–1990 minivan Town and Country Caravan Voyager - -
G 1984–1993 sports car Laser Daytona - - -
H 1985–1989 mid-size car LeBaron GTS
LeBaron
Lancer - - -
P 1987–1994 compact car - Shadow Sundance
Duster
- -
J 1987–1995 coupe LeBaron - - - -
B 1988–1992 mid-size car - Monaco - Premier -
C 1988–1993 mid-size car New Yorker Dynasty - - -
AA 1989–1995 mid-size car LeBaron Spirit Acclaim - -
Q 1989–1991 convertible TC by Maserati - - - -
D 1990–1994 sport compact car - - Laser Talon -
Y 1990–1993 full-size car New Yorker Fifth Avenue
Imperial
- - - -
AS 1991–1995 minivan Town and Country Caravan Voyager - -
LH 1993–2004 full-size car New Yorker
Concorde
LHS
300M
Intrepid - Vision -
PL 1995–2005 compact car - Neon Neon - -
JA 1995–2000 mid-size car Cirrus Stratus Breeze - -
FJ 1995–2000 coupe Sebring Coupe Avenger - Talon -
ST 2001–2005 coupe Sebring Coupe Stratus Coupe - - -
NS 1996–2000 minivan Town and Country
Voyager
Caravan Voyager - -
JX 1996–2000 convertible Sebring Convertible - - - -
JR 2001–2006 mid-size car
convertible
Sebring Convertible
Sebring Sedan
Stratus - - -
PT 2001–2010 compact car PT Cruiser - - - -
RS 2001–2007 minivan Town and Country
Voyager
Caravan - - -
CS 2003–2008 crossover SUV Pacifica - - - -
JS 2007–present mid-size car
convertible
Sebring Convertible
Sebring Sedan
200
Avenger - -
PM/MK 2007–present compact car -
Caliber
- - Patriot
Compass
RT 2008–present minivan Town and Country
Voyager
Grand Caravan - - -
PF 2013–present compact car -
Dart
- - -
KL 2014–present compact SUV - - - - Cherokee
UF 2015–present midsize car 200 - - - -
BU 2015–present subcompact SUV - - - - Renegade

Trucks

Platform Years Dodge Plymouth Chrysler
AB 1971–2003 Sportsman
Tradesman
Ram Van
Ram Wagon
Voyager -
AD 1972–1993 D-Series
Ramcharger
Ram
Trailduster -
AN 1987–2004 Dakota - -
BE/BR 1994–2001 Ram - -
DN 1998–2003 Durango - -
DR/DH/DC/DM/D1 2002–2008 Ram - -
ND 2005–2011 Dakota - -
HB/HG 2002–2009 Durango - Aspen
DS 2009–present Ram -

See also

External links

  • A Guide to Chrysler Corp. Passenger Car Body Families 1924 - 1998, Rev. 04-29-02 PDF (2 MB)
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