Chrysler A platform

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Chrysler's A platform was the basis for smaller rear wheel drive cars in the 1960s. These cars are sometimes referred to as A-body cars.

Cars using the A platform in various markets around the world include:

This list is not complete: A-platform vehicles not included on this list were sold in some countries until 1981.[citation needed]

Wheelbases:

1989[edit]

The "A" name was reused again for the mid-size Chrysler LeBaron, Dodge Spirit and Plymouth Acclaim sedans, though this was changed to AA when Chrysler moved to two-letter names for 1990. The "AA" cars lasted until 1995 when replaced by the more modern, but less popular, JA "Cloud Cars" in the same year.

Cars that used the front wheel drive AA platform were:

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