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1991 Dodge Dynasty Overview


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4 Dr LE Sedan
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Avg. Price: $2,585
4 Dr STD Sedan

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A Real Good Dependable Car by Williamh
 — Had this car for 5 years,had only one problem so far which is a brake line leak!! Read More
Good Car! by BizBilder
 — We bought ours used in 03 and have added another 150000 miles to the original 116,000 plus miles. Performance is outstanding. Strong running engine. Windows don't work anymore. Switches are bad. It bu... Read More
Nice Ride But So Far Alot Of Repairs by kimmie1835
 — I got the car for free 4/07 but have put about $1500 into it already. It rides like a nice luxury car, real comfortable seats Read More

1991 Dodge Dynasty Overview

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1991 Dodge Dynasty

If you're trying to teach a young child about shapes, a good example of a rectangle would be the Dodge Dynasty.  From its sharply angled exterior to its rectangular housings for interior gauges, this Dynasty truly defines boxy.  Not flashy, not gorgeous, it is a practical family car with kick and good fuel economy.

There were few changes to the 1991 Dodge Dynasty.  Though it was conservative-looking, and had a plain interior with few luxury options, both base and LE models, when equipped with either the 3.0, 141-hp V6 or the 3.3, 147-hp V6 (only available with LE), were surprisingly peppy.  Its quick acceleration makes it first off the line at stoplights and a nimble passer on highways.  Billed as a six-passenger car, it comfortably seats four, and boasts a spacious front row with supportive seats and generous rear seating.  The trunk could hold the kitchen sink.

The 1991 Dynasty's pickup and interior room are highlights for drivers.  Top complaints focus on the plain, "granny car" exterior, transmission problems, and the chance of computer failures.


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Dodge Dynasty Questions


My 1991 Dodge Dynasty 3.3 Motor, Automatic Transmission, Will Not Shift Out...

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Location Of Fuel Pump 1991 Dodge Dynasty

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91 Dodge Dynasty Turns Over But Won't Start

My 1991 Dodge dynasty tries to turn over but won't start! I have battery power, lights all still work, just won't start! Is it my fuel pump or my alternator?? PLEASE HELP!!

632 views with 2 answers (last answer 8 months ago)

I Have A 1991 Dodge Dynasty Car Cranks But Wont Stay On

i was driving on highway at 70 mph and car just shut off on me and try to start and it wont kick in what is the solution to this problem i had spoken to 1 mechanic and told me it was the fuel pump ins...

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My 1991 Dodge Dynasty[3.3 Moter-automatic Transmission] While Slowing To Tu...

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