The Mitsubishi 6G72 3.0-liter V6 engine was produced at the Kyoto plant and, in addition to the models of the Japanese concern, was installed on Dodge and Chrysler, and also on Hyundai as the G6AT. This power unit exists in five different versions, including turbocharged.
The Plymouth Acclaim is a mid-size sedan from the American automaker Chrysler. Years of release – 1989-1995. The model is based on an extended version of the Chrysler K platform. The auto was assembled at the Delaware plant in the USA, as well as in the Mexican city of Toluca. In the basic configuration, the car has good equipment and expensive interior decoration. Instances produced at different times of the production period practically do not differ from each other, with the exception of color.
This model had twins under other Chrysler brands: they were Chrysler LeBaron, Chrysler Saratoga and Dodge Spirit.
A 2.5-liter engine was installed on the sedan, which developed 100 hp in the atmospheric version, and 150 hp in the turbocharged version. Also, buyers were offered cars with a 3-liter V6 Mitsubishi with a capacity of 141 hp. The basic version of the Acclaim was equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, but very few such cars were made, since most customers chose automatic transmission (3- or 4-speed).
In 1993, the exterior of the sedan underwent a minor update, and the turbo engine disappeared from the lineup.
Car production at factories in the United States and Mexico ended in 1995, during which time 470 thousand cars were made. The successor to the Plymouth Acclaim was the Breeze sedan.