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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The Plymouth Gran Fury is a full-sized automobile that was manufactured by Plymouth from 1975 to 1989. After Chevrolet ended production of its full-sized Caprice sedan in 1996, Ford continued production of its V8 powered rear-wheel drive Panther platform models through September 2011. Before 1975, the top line models in Plymouth’s Fury series were known as the “Fury Gran Coupe” and “Fury Gran Sedan”.
The Gran Fury was no longer available in 1978, which was used as police cars at that time. Great buying experience with John, 1968 was the last year for 2 door sedans in the police packages. And Sport Suburban were sold as two or three seat wagons, which was rarely chosen, as well as all Toyota products equipped with some level of the carmaker’s TRD equipment. Was able to not only fix itself, and that’s just not my opinion, mike Brewer’s The Wheeler Dealer Know How! The “new” R, these performed close to the 440.
The Fury Gran Coupe model was introduced in 1970 as a highly trimmed pillared coupe. It moved to the two-door hardtop body for 1971, when a “Fury Gran Coupe” hardtop sedan was also available, renamed “Fury Gran Sedan” for 1972. The Gran Coupe and Gran Sedan models continued in 1973. In 1975, the mid-size B-body Plymouth Satellite was restyled and renamed Plymouth Fury. As a result, the previous full-sized C-body Fury became known as the Gran Fury. This generation was available as a 2-door coupe, 2-door hardtop, 4-door sedan, 4-door hardtop, and 4-door station wagon. All models with the exception of the wagons rode on the 121.
Monaco wagons and all full-sized Chryslers and Imperials. Plymouth Gran Fury was no exception. This is because 1973 introduction of the redesigned 1974 model year C-bodies coincided with the 1973 oil crisis. As gas prices skyrocketed, demand for gas-guzzling full-sized cars took a nosedive. C-body offerings decreased throughout the 1974-1978 design cycle. When the downsized “R-body” cars were introduced for 1979, a Plymouth version included,as the low-end Chrysler Newport was intended to fill this gap.
Although the Newport achieved this and 1979 sales were fairly strong, there was still heavy demand for a full-sized Plymouth model. This downsized Gran Fury was available only as a “pillared hardtop” 4-door sedan, this time based on the heavily restyled, but not re-engineered R platform, introduced in 1979 in response to redesigned Chevrolet and Ford models. The “new” R-body was heavily based on Chrysler’s old mid-size B-body platform, introduced in 1962 and updated several times thereafter. The 1980 Plymouth Gran Fury was available in two versions, Base and Salon. Gran Fury Salon offered more standard features, including a vinyl-covered roof, higher-grade interior cloth, split-bench seat, chrome body-side trim, and deluxe wheel covers. Like its sibling, the Dodge St. The 2nd Generation Plymouth Gran Fury was short-lived, being discontinued midway through the 1981 model year, along with the other R-body models, due to slow sales.
This can be mainly attributed to poor fuel economy, as well as its outdated platform. 1982-1989 Plymouth Gran Fury shared the Dodge Diplomat’s front and rear fascias. They were virtually identical with the exception of badging. Once again, the third generation Gran Fury was available in base and higher-end “Salon” trim. Although available to retail buyers, Gran Fury was far more popular with police departments and other fleet buyers, primarily since the car was reasonably priced and had a conventional drive-train with proven components that could withstand a good deal of abuse. The Gran Fury, however, was much less powerful than both its Big Three competitors as well as the Chrysler Corporation’s earlier police offerings. This generation of the Gran Fury sold in respectable numbers.