AMC

Notes

  • American Motors Corporation (AMC) was an American automobile company formed on January 14, 1954 by the merger of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and the Hudson Motor Car Company. At the time, it was the largest corporate merger in U.S. history, valued at US $198 million ($1.44 billion in 2006 dollars). Declining sales and a fiercely competitive auto market in the United States forced AMC to seek a partner in the late 1970s, which led to a tie-up with France's Renault in 1979. The arrangement lasted until March 2, 1987, when American Motors was purchased by the Chrysler Corporation, which discontinued the use of AMC and Renault brand names in the United States. The Jeep line was continued, as well as some of the models under the Eagle marque. American Motors still lives today among many fans and owners, being remembered as an automobile company that produced some of the most memorable and iconic cars of its time, such as the Gremlin and the Pacer.

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All Models

Model

MSRP

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$8097.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$8921.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7397.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$8372.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7672.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7290.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$11680.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7050.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$13321.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$9421.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6655.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$10680.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6405.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$8401.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6417.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$5980.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6821.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6172.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6297.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6598.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6621.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$6746.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7011.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7118.0

Fuel Economy

MSRP

$7243.0

Fuel Economy

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