were a total of three different trim options for
the Laser: standard, XE, XT. The turbo version had
black hood louvers and a 2.2 Turbo I engine. The
car was replaced by the redesigned LeBaron in 1987,
although the turbo version continued as the Dodge
Daytona Pacifica. The Laser sold well during its
3 years of production, with the following sales
figures: 1984 - 59,858, 1985 - 50,866, 1986 - 36,672.
You can still find them on the used car market,
although with only 3 years of production they are
rarer than many other models from the 1980's. If
you are looking to buy one, you might want to look
at eBay, as they usually have several listed at
any given time. They also have plenty of parts.
I know some people are nervous about buying a used
car online, but as long as you buy from someone
with good feedback and a history of selling cars,
you should be fine, and you'll save $500 - $2,000
off classifed ad prices on a car like the Laser.