was part of the Chrysler Corporation as a brand of automobiles as its affordable, entry-level vehicle line. It was introduced in 1928 and ran until its discontinuation in 2001. The brand's first vehicle was the Chrysler-Plymouth Model Q. During much of its history, the Plymouth brand was cyclical as its sales rose and fell with the market.
Most of the vehicles currently available in the secondary market of used cars are either collectibles or 1990s offerings from the company. Most Plymouth of that era vehicles have Dodge or Chrysler near-twins, so parts availability is good.
Common Plymouth used cars include the Acclaim, Breeze, Reliant, Gran Fury, Laser, and Neon. These vehicles are commonly seen as easy to maintain, relatively simple to repair, and are often had at affordable prices.
The Plymouth Voyager (and Grand Voyager) is a popular minivan and is often seen, even today, as a great first-time family hauler for those on a budget in the used car market.
The most sought-after Plymouth model in the used car market today is the Prowler, which was the brand's last unique vehicle, built in limited numbers as a sports car with an extremely unique and retro look that appealed to muscle car enthusiasts around the U.S. When they appear on a used car lot or for sale in a newspaper's classifieds section, they rarely wait long to find a buyer.