A car crash, flying rocks, temperature changes, a hailstorm and strong winds that send debris flying around can all cause a windshield to shatter, crack or chip. This damage should be repaired right away to prevent a car crash caused by lack of proper visibility. Additionally, cracks and chips can often be fixed without having to replace the entire windshield, thus saving you time and money. We offer free Plymouth windshield quotes for all Plymouth models, enabling you to find an affordable, professional auto glass installers in less than a minute.
Plymouth vehicles were first produced by Chrysler in 1928 and remained in production for 73 years. They were made as a low-cost alternative to Chrysler’s more expensive models. The name was derived from Plymouth binder twine, a type of twine that was particularly popular in the 1920s. The first Plymouth vehicles cost more than other low-cost cars of that era; however, they also include more amenities than other affordable vehicle models, making Plymouth cars appealing to people who wanted a comfortable, easy-to-drive car that did not cost too much money.
Over the years, Plymouth has built nearly forty passenger car models, ten van and truck models and over two dozen concept cars. Plymouth vehicles were particularly popular during the Great Depression and were in fact credited with keeping Chrysler afloat financially during this time. However, production was halted in mid-2001 as the company wanted to save money both on manufacturing and advertising. The very last Plymouth to be manufactured was a silver Neon, which was produced in June 2001.
The Plymouth Breeze was manufactured from 1995 up until 2000. It was intended to be an entry-level vehicle and as such lacked what some would deem basic amenities. For most of its existence the Plymouth Breeze was only available in a single trim and did not come equipped with fog lights, alloy wheels or Autostick transmission. However, Plymouth Breeze models did offer five speed manual transmission, air conditioning, front passenger air gags and a 2.0 liter, I4 engine. Additional amenities were available on request, including a sunroof, anti-lock brakes, cruise control, a tilt steering wheel and power windows. Overall, the Plymouth Breeze sold well; however, the line was discontinued as part of Chrysler’s goal to phase out Plymouth models overall.
Plymouth Grand Voyager
The Plymouth Grand Voyager is identical to the Voyager in many aspects. However, there are some important differences; namely that the Grand Voyager has a longer wheelbase and more cargo room than traditional Voyager models.
Plymouth Grand Voyager models were produced continually from 1987 to 2000. They were made for families and all models (except the base model) could seat up to seven passengers. Most Plymouth Grand Voyager models did not have many creature comforts but did offer dual front airbags, and an AM/FM stereo system with cassette player. The SE model, on the other hand, came equipped with air power windows, power door locks, a CD player and a tilt steering column.
The Plymouth Neon goes by different names depending on where you live. It has also been known as the Dodge Neon, Chrysler Neon and Dodge SX 2.0. It was made from 1994 to 2005 and there are various first and second generation models. The Plymouth Neon could be purchased as a two-door coupe or a four-door sedan.
The Neon has both its pros and cons. It earned praise for offering top value for the dollar, great mileage and plenty of great features. At the same time, it has earned less than stellar safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The first generation of Plymouth Neon models was classified as poor while the second generation made it up to marginal. However, it should be noted that no other car in the Neon’s class for this time period has earned higher than a marginal rating for safety.
The Plymouth Prowler is in a class of its own. It is a retro styled car and only a limited number of vehicles were made. Production started in 1997, was discontinued the following year and then resumed in 1999. The last Prowler was made in 2002.
The Prowler has a single front engine (3.5 liter 253 horsepower), rear-wheel drive, and four speed Autostick semiautomatic rear transmission configuration. It was made with open Indy racer style front wheel and a lightweight body that allows for speedy acceleration. Famous people who have driven this particular model include NSync band members (all of them!), Alice Copper and NHL Hockey Legend, Eddie Shack.
The Plymouth Voyager, also known as the Chrysler Voyager, is one of the fifteen best selling automotive nameplates worldwide. The Voyager was made as a full size van from 1974 to 1983 and was later manufactured as a minivan from 1984 to 2000.
Plymouth Voyager minivans were particularly successful. They were, in fact, the first ever minivans to be constructed and were an instant hit with consumers who wanted a vehicle that was spacious yet not quite as large as a full size van. While these practical, family-friendly vehicles are not the sort that one would expect a celebrity to drive, they have been promoted by Doug Henning, Celine Dion and Tina Turner.