Plymouth Acclaim Accessories & Parts

    About Plymouth Acclaim


    Known as the successor of the discontinued Caravelle, and replacing the smaller Reliant, Plymouth Acclaim was offered as a mid-size sedan starting 1989. The model was very much alike with Chrysler LeBaron and Dodge Spirit, but it was less expensive. The main appearance difference among them was the styling details of the following parts: taillamps, grille, and exterior trim. Plymouth Acclaim shared its K-car platform with evolutionary AA-body 4-door sedan. The sedan was offered in the following trims: base, mid-level LE, and high-end LX. Two lower models featured 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with an output of 100 hp, and a choice of 5-speed manual transmission and 3-speed automatic. The turbocharged version of this engine, which produced 150 hp was also available for these models, but was dropped for the 1991 model year. The LX model came with 141-hp 3.0-liter V6 engine and 4-speed automatic transmission. A year later, the V6 became optional though.

    The model line changed in 1992 with three models being trimmed down to one standard model. Plymouth Acclaim was powered by optional 3.0-liter V6 with a low-cost 3-speed automatic. Available features, many of which became later standard, were the air conditioner, ABS (anti-lock braking system), power windows, power door locks, cassette player, cruise control, and power sunroof. Staying mostly unchanged during the years of production, the Acclaim got a new radiator grille and some minor trim detail changes to its parts in 1993. These included a new chrome pentastar hood ornament, compact disc player, tinted glass, and the exhaust system which went stainless steel. The 1993 year model was notable for new gold decor package the Acclaim received. It featured gold accented alloy wheels and gold pintstripes.

    Starting 1993, Plymouth Acclaim came with multipoint fuel injected version of the 2.5-liter engine which made 107 hp. This engine was designed to run on fuel containing up to 85% methanol. The modified engine later, in 1995 received the improved cylinder head. A small change to this vehicle was made in 1994 with a motorized shoulder belt added to the front passenger seat in order to conform with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 208's requirement for passive restraints. In 1995 the 4-speed automatic transmission and anti-lock brakes were dropped from the options list.

    Once in a while, there is a car that has the ability to transcend a generation. The Plymouth Acclaim can be counted among them. Sleekly styled with thrusting performance due to reliable Plymouth parts, the Plymouth Acclaim has found a permanent place in its drivers' hearts. Giving yours some added personality with the help of accessories helps keep it alive. That's exactly what we're here for!

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