The Plymouth Conquest is just one of the many short-lived cars manufactured by Chrysler's Plymouth division. And just like the other short-lived Chrysler cars, finding Plymouth Conquest parts would be particularly difficult. Plymouth Conquest owners may end up purchasing a Dodge Conquest or a Mitsubishi Starion part, which are similar to the Plymouth Conquest and shares some parts with it.
The Plymouth Conquest is actually one of the two Mitsubishi Starion replicas imported and sold by the Chrysler Corporation in the US. The concept of the Mitsubishi Starion was introduced in the early 1980s and the actual car was introduced only in 1984. Just like the other Plymouth cars, the Plymouth Conquest is closely related, and almost similar, to the Dodge Conquest. It also shares its parts with the other two models. The only difference that the Plymouth Conquest has is its price, which is relatively low compared to the other two costly models. Expectedly, the Plymouth version comes less equipped and performs a bit poorer compared to the other two cars.
The Plymouth Conquest was manufactured by Mitsubishi and sold in the US by the Chrysler Corporation from 1984 to 1986. In these three years of production, not much change has been given to the Plymouth Conquest. The car is a 2-door 2-seater fastback coupe, or hatchback, and has a rear-wheel drive, 2-wheel drive drivetrain. It is powered by a 2.6-liter inline type 4-cylinder engine whose power is rated at 145 hp at 5000 rpm and torque at 185 lb-ft at 2500 rpm. The said engine is powered by gasoline and registers a fuel mileage rating of 19/24 mpg (city/highway).
As expected, the Plymouth Conquest shares most of its parts with the Mitsubishi Starion and the Dodge Conquest. But while the other two existed longer, and the Starion lasting until the early 1990s, the Plymouth Conquest was dropped shortly after three years of production. And just like the other Plymouth models, which are all economy versions of higher priced Chrysler cars, the Plymouth Conquest came less equipped and with fewer engine options compared to other similar Chrysler cars.
The rarity of the Plymouth Conquest creates a big problem to Plymouth Conquest owners. As we have said before, they would usually end up buying Dodge Conquest or Mitsubishi Starion parts. The parts of these cars can actually be used on the Plymouth conquest, but if you want to make sure that the part you bought would work well, it is definitely recommended that you find the parts specifically made for the Plymouth Conquest. This would be a problem no more as Parts Train offers every Plymouth Conquest part you need. And we are conveniently located over the Internet, so you can be assured that you can locate the part you need at the time you need it the most.