Plymouth was established in 1928 as a division of Chrysler. Throughout much of the twentieth century, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more beloved and storied brand in the United States. With vehicles like the Barracuda, Horizon and Valiant, Plymouth delivered a number of hits that were well-received by consumers.
Eventually, sales started to wane, and the brand died in the beginning of the 21st century. While the last Plymouth came out in 2001, the brand still lives on in used car dealerships.
Popular Used Plymouth Models
Neon - With its low prices, smooth style and smart handling, the Neon was a hit throughout the 1990s.
Voyager - The Plymouth Voyager and its GM sibling the Dodge Caravan introduced America to the minivan and set trends in the market throughout the 1980s.
Prowler - The Plymouth Prowler was basically a concept car that made it onto the streets. The Prowler's one-of-a-kind roadster styling attracted a number of customers to Plymouth's dealerships.