When the Chrysler Cordoba was introduced for the 1975 model year, it was showcased by the brand as an upscale personal luxury car, competing with the likes of the Oldsmobile Cutlass, Buick Regal, and Mercury Cougar. The Cordoba was originally intended to be an all new Plymouth Sebring which was to share bodies with the Dodge Charger SE. However, a decision was later made to introduce the car as the first ‘small Chrysler’.

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