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Plymouth Horizon
Plymouth
Production 1978-1990
Class Subcompact
Body Style 5-Door Sedan
Length 163.2"
Width 66.8"
Height 53"
Wheelbase 99.1 in
Weight 2400 - 2700 lb
Transmissions 4-Speed Manual, FWD
5-Speed Manual, FWD
3-Speed Automatic, FWD
Engines 1.6L (98 cid) I4 (1983-1986)
1.7L (105 cid) I4 (1978-1982)
2.2L (135 cid) I4 (1981-1990)
Power 64-96 hp
Similar Dodge Omni
Platform L

The Plymouth Horizon was an identical twin to the Dodge Omni, produced between 1978-1990. A sporty 2-door variant was introduced in 1979, known as the Horizon TC3, and was of course identical to the Dodge Omni 024 coupe. The TC3 was renamed Turismo in 1983 (and resurrected the Duster name as an option package on select models) and was discontinued after 1987.

See the Dodge Omni entry for comments on the Plymouth Horizon.


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Cars: Acclaim · Arrow · Barracuda · Belvedere · Breeze · Caravelle · Champ · Colt · Conquest · Cricket · Duster · Fury · Gran Fury · GTX · Horizon · Laser · Neon · Plaza · Prowler · Reliant · Road Runner · Road Runner Superbird · Sapporo · Satellite · Savoy · Sundance · TC3 · Turismo · Valiant · VIP · Volaré ·

Vans/SUVs: Adventurer · Voyager/Grand Voyager · Trailduster

Trucks: Arrow Truck

Concept

Backpack Concept · Expresso Concept · Howler Concept · Pronto Concept · Pronto Cruizer Concept · Pronto Spyder Concept · XX-500 Concept


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