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Plymouth Prowler

1997 Plymouth Prowler

All talk and no show.

Reviewed by on 9/11/1997

The 1997 Plymouth is a new roadster introduced by Chrysler and by the retro cars of the 1930s. The of its unique design can be traced to the Prowler concept car, was introduced in 1993.

The Range

Styles: roadster

Engine: V-6

Transmission: four-speed automatic



The 1997 Plymouth ‘s looks set it apart other cars. One look is to make a passerby assume style was the first priority, function was secondary. The unique are a throwback to the vintage custom that were considered of art back then.

The exterior captures attention and makes a first impression. In other it’s more than a of transportation; it’s a lifestyle


The 1997 Plymouth is difficult to get in and out, which to be the first thing that notice. The doors may be long, but it opens as wide as other cars. The seats are set very too, almost at floor but prove to be supportive.

Visibility is poor since the front cannot be seen at all, and the top of the convertible is up, visibility is hampered further.

Plymouth Prowler

The 1997 Plymouth ‘s side windows are a little more than and consumers actually need to outside to fold the top of the car down, though the top hides neatly the rear deck. Moreover, space is as good as non-existent. A dashboard and instrument panel add to the experience.

Controls are rather easy, and the overall build quality is at a high level.


The 1997 Plymouth Prowler a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that was from the Chrysler LH, which is to an automatic transmission. The choice of is surprising and not in a good way. A hot sports car like the Prowler was to come with a powerful V-8 and a manual gearbox even the V-6 seems to do well on its own.

The 1997 Plymouth Prowler has a acceleration that’s good to keep the drive interesting. The delivers enough power as as an awe-inspiring roar in its exhaust The ride is quite soft, and characteristics are good as well.

It corners deftly without any body lean and handles than any other hot rod in the country.

The Plymouth Prowler offers a quality and experience that is to find in any other automobile. and tire noise is significantly on the highway, but it actually lends to the experience of driving a Prowler. the good points, however, the is that the V-6 is not much of a performer.

The engine takes the Prowler to 60 mph standstill in 7.2 seconds, which is a difference compared to other cars like the Corvette.

The 1997 Plymouth Prowler has not crash tests conducted by the Highway Traffic Safety or Insurance Institute for Highway

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