Personal luxury cars were an important part of the new-car market in the early 1980s, both for sales and as image builders. Sporty two-doors loaded with luxury features drew customers into the showrooms. The Dodge brand’s all-new entry in this highly competitive segment for 1980 was the Mirada, a sleek coupe that was produced for only three years.
A bit ahead of its time, perhaps, the Mirada was lean and compact—it was 800 pounds lighter and seven inches shorter than the Magnum, Dodge’s previous model. But like any good…Read More