National Geographic : 1977 Dec
n Introducing t 0 fthAathasa enca in You guessed it. After all, you don't find people singing about ordinary wagons. Just extraordinary ones. Which, we modestly propose, is precisely the category the 1978 Plymouth Volare wagon fits into. Reason number one is the most obvious. That cavernous space you see below. Where those kids could lug home about 60 bushels of shells, or fish, or something else suitably exotic. (Parental guidance suggested.) Of course, the nice thing about lugging anything around in a Volare is that you never lug around a lot of car. Because Volare is a trim, compact wagon. Maneuver able. Easy to park. And, a pure joy to drive. Thanks to the Isolated Transverse Suspension. An ingen- ious system designed to keep life's bumpy road as far away from you as possible. Other comforts also abound in Volare. Like a gas pressurized liftgate that opens part way on its own. And two optional lockable storage compartments to keep "out of-sight" valuables out of sight. Volare. People have been singing its praises since the day we brought it out. So much so, in fact, that last year, they helped make it the No. 1 selling wagon in America. And if we're hearing it right (ah, what a great sound) that's exactly where it's going to remain. Buy or Lease a Volare at your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer today. New 1978 PlymouthVolare. The car with the accent on value.