Plymouth is a member of the U.S. carmaker Chrysler since 1928 and active until 2001. For a good time the Plymouth was one of the largest American manufacturers, along with Chevrolet and Ford, even surpassing it in the forties. In these years, Plymouth had a reputation for producing cars technically robust and refined.
From 1960 onwards, however, the house was designed to rapidly lose ground against the enemy, while remaining in the game thanks to close cooperation with the Dodge with which it launched the Dodge Dart priced. Between ’71 and ’75 the house regained third place in the American market, especially with the Plymouth Valiant and Duster models.
At the end of 1999 by management of the newborn was DaimlerChrysler announced the sale of the brand since 2001 and, in fact, at the end of June of that year, came off the assembly line the last car with the brand Plymouth, a Neon.