Chrysler D platform

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Chrysler's D platform was derived from the Mitsubishi Galant and used by the front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive Diamond Star Motors cars in the 1990s. The original D platform debuted in 1990 and was refreshed in 1995 as the PJ platform. Another DSM platform, the FJ platform, debuted in 1995 for use in the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger.

BD[edit]

PJ[edit]

FJ[edit]

ST-22[edit]

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Chrysler originally used the title D platform in 1957-1973 for the large RWD Imperial.