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Plymouth Volaré
Plymouth
Production 1976-1980
Class Compact
Body Style 2-Door Coupe
4-Door Sedan
5-Door Wagon
Length 197.2"
Width 72.6"
Height 53.5"
Wheelbase 108.7"
112.7"
Weight 3200-3500 lbs
Transmissions 3-Speed Manual, RWD
4-Speed Manual, RWD
3-Speed Automatic, RWD
Engines 3.7L (225 cid) I6 (1976-1980)
5.2L (318 cid) V8 (1976-1980)
5.9L (360 cid) V8 (1976-1979)
Power 90-160 hp
Similar Dodge Aspen
Platform F

The Plymouth Volaré was a near-identical twin to the Dodge Aspen produced from 1976-1980, and was the successor to the Valiant. It would be succeeded by the Reliant K-car in 1981.

See the Dodge Aspen entry for more information about the Plymouth Volare.


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