Plymouth Fire Arrow
Opting for the Fire Arrow over the standard Arrow came with several additional features. This added ‘FIRE ARROW’ graphics down the side, an arrow-like hood graphic, body color bumpers, 4-wheel disc brakes and sportier interior.
Two engines were available. These were the 1.6L SOHC 2bbl Mitsubishi I4 making 83hp and the 2.6L SOHC 2bbl I4 making 108hp. Standard was a 5-speed manual transmission, though a 3-speed automatic was available for additional cost.
In 1980, its second and final year, the Fire Arrow was gone-through cosmetically for one last go. These cosmetics included a total of three fresh paint schemes. Each scheme was almost viewed as a separate trim package because of the way they were equipped.
The first was tan with a brown hood and the second was blue with a dark blue hood. Both of these came with chrome bumpers and a choice of either engine.
The third scheme was white with a flat black hood. This one retained body color bumpers and was available only with the 2.6 engine, making it the most desirable version.