The Sundance was sold with several I4 engine options and a Mitsubishi V6 during some model years. There was also a turbocharged I4.
The Plymouth Sundance was generally considered better than its competition, and also better quality than the car that would replace it, the Plymouth Neon. Unfortunately, it did not look as sporty as some of the other cars or the Neon, so it never did sell as well.
The trim levels on the Sundance included the base, RS, Highline, America, and Duster. The base price would hover around $8,500 throughout the life the Sundance, and around $9,000 for the 4 door version.
Along with its surprisingly good build quality, the Sundance was also very safe for a car of its size. It would earn 5 out of 5 stars on some crash tests.
The Sundance can now be bought on the used car market for a fraction of the price it would have cost new. If you plan on buying one, don't expect to pay more than a couple thousand dollars at most. If you use eBay, you can probably save some money if you can find one listed near your home. There are also some parts listings on there.