The Dodge Diplomat was an American mid-size car that was produced by Dodge from 1977 to 1989. It is essentially similar to the Plymouth Gran Fury in the U.S. market and the Plymouth Caravelle in Canada. It was also sold in Mexico between 1981 and 1982 as the Dodge Dart, and in Colombia as the Dodge Coronet. The Diplomat was initially offered in a coupe and a sedan. In 1978, station wagons were added as replacements for the departed full-sized C-body wagons.

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  • The Dodge Diplomat was an American mid-size car that was produced by Dodge from 1977 to 1989. It is essentially similar to the Plymouth Gran Fury in the U.S. market and the Plymouth Caravelle in Canada. It was also sold in Mexico between 1981 and 1982 as the Dodge Dart, and in Colombia as the Dodge Coronet. The Diplomat was initially offered in a coupe and a sedan. In 1978, station wagons were added as replacements for the departed full-sized C-body wagons. The Diplomat was offered with a base 225 cu in (3.7 L) straight-six-cylinder engine, a 318 cu in (5.2 L) V8 engine, and an optional 360 cu in (5.9 L). The Diplomat, along with its Plymouth Gran Fury/Caravelle twin, were widely favored as police cars both in the US and Canada. Aside from the three-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission, a manual transmission was available until 1981 on six cylinder and 318 V8 models; 360 V8 models were automatic only as Chrysler lacked a manual gearbox equipped for that engine's higher torque. (en)
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  • Dodge Coronet (Colombia) (en)
  • Dodge Dart, Dodge Magnum (Mexico) (en)
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  • The Dodge Diplomat was an American mid-size car that was produced by Dodge from 1977 to 1989. It is essentially similar to the Plymouth Gran Fury in the U.S. market and the Plymouth Caravelle in Canada. It was also sold in Mexico between 1981 and 1982 as the Dodge Dart, and in Colombia as the Dodge Coronet. The Diplomat was initially offered in a coupe and a sedan. In 1978, station wagons were added as replacements for the departed full-sized C-body wagons. (en)
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