Annual sales figures for the Dodge Monaco in the US.
The Monaco name had been used for four generations of Dodge’s flagship models from 1965 to 1978, when it was replaced by the Dodge St. Regis. The Monaco nameplate was revived in 1990 when the brand launched its successsor to the Dodge Diplomat. The fifth generation Monaco was a rebadged Eagle Premier, a sedan that was developed on the platform of the European Renault 25. After a short and unsuccessful life span, the Monaco was replaced in 1993 by the Dodge Intrepid.
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