==Cars in The Simpsons==

Homer's Pink Family Sedan (1973 Plymouth Valiant)
Homer's Car (Simpsons Wiki)

The Pink Sedan (or the Family Sedan) is one of two automobiles that belong to the Simpson family. It is Homer's car, and he uses it almost exclusively. The car features minor damage on the left front fender (which Homer has never had repaired), driver's side airbag, a bent up radio aerial, and has a *Trackstar 8-Track radio. The owner is Homer. According to Homer's enemy, Frank Grimes, Jr., it was made in Croatia out of old Soviet tanks.

Episode Appearances

Marge's Orange Station Wagon (Chevrolet Chevelle)
Marge's Car (Simpson's Wiki)

The Orange Station Wagon (1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Station Wagon) is Marge Simpson's car. In one episode, Homer trades his car for a red Canyonero, but then finds out it was designed for women, so he drives the '73 Wagon. In the old opening credits, Marge seems to have a sedan with a star hood ornament.

Marge's Sedan (Simpsons Wiki)

Moe's Sedan (Pontiac Bonneville)

Moe has a MK6 Pontiac Bonneville. The picture to the right is from an episode of the Simpsons ("Dumbbell Indemnity") in which Moe and Homer try to commit insurance fraud in order to collect $5,000 from Moe's automobile's insurance policy. See "Dumbbell Indemnity"
Moe's Sedan (Simpsons wiki)

Homer's Plymouth Road Runner (70's Sports Car)
70 Car SW
The '70s Sports Car is a 1970s sports car that was owned by Homer during high school in 1974. Homer owned the car for the remainder of the decade. In 1980, during I Married Marge, Homer sold his sports car in order to raise needed capital to support his fledgling marriage to Marge and the new baby. The car contained unique gewgaws associated with the 1970s, such as a steering wheel made out of chain links. Homer removed a bumper sticker which read "DISCO SUCKS" before placing the sports car on the market. This was
70 Sports Car SW
arguably done on the basis that bumper stickers, especially a vulgar one like that, would lower the car's resale value. After Homer's fortunes improved from getting a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, he presumably acquired a more modern vehicle, in this case the Pink Sedan he still uses today.

Homer was once washing the car, but got distracted by Marge and it rolled down the street.[[|[1]]]

Non-canon Appearances

In The Simpsons: Hit and Run, the '70s Sport Car is the main car of Level 7. It is the same as it is in the series, except it is a convertible. Homer tells Bart he lied when he said he sold the car to pay for college, revealing this when Bart asks for his help in stopping Kang and Kodos from selling laser guns.

Behind the Laughter

The front design of the "70s Sports Car" takes inspiration from the 1970 Dodge Challenger, while the rear design resembles that of the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. Note that the '70 Challenger and the '70 Barracuda were both based on the same Chrysler E platform and from the same model year. But it's really a 1970 Plymouth GTX, although in I Married Marge, it was a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner.


Homer's Mr Plow
Mr Plow

Mr. Plow is a plow truck that Homer bought. It served him well in clearing his neighbor's yards and earning money for his Mr. Plow company, and was useful during an avalanche that trapped Barney Gumble, who opened up his own business rival, Plow King. However, it was repossessed soon after all the snow melted.

Non Canon Appearances

Along with the Plow King, Mr. Plow is also a drivable vehicle in The Simpsons: Hit and Run, which Homer gives to Bart for a price.


Barney's Plow King
Plow King

The Plow King was Barney Gumble's plow truck which he bought to serve as a rival for Homer's plow. The truck is still being driven by Barney and he continues to plow snow around Springfield.

Behind the Laughter

Originally, the person who was supposed to be the Plow King was Lenny. However, the writers changed it to Barney as they felt Lenny didn't fit in.


Homer, Marge and Krusty The Clown's Canyonero

The Canyonero is the trademark Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) in The Simpsons. It was endorsed by Krusty the Clown when it first appeared in The Last Temptation of Krust. It is a large red SUV and was introduced just as the SUV craze began to hit the United States. The design is basically a parody of the large SUV and the "I own an SUV, therefore, I own the road" style of driving. The theme song helps to demonstrate this. Homer buys a red Canyonero in Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers", but soon realizes he bought the F-series. ("F" presumably means "Female") He refuses to drive it, not wanting to be seen as a homosexual; when Marge drives it, it sends her into a state of road rage. It is actually a parody of a Jeep Wagoneer, and while also have simularities to the Ford Excursion. It also worth noting the similiarities in exterior design between the Simpson family station wagon and the Canyonero, from the basic outline to the color. One might say that it is simply the Simpson's wagon on a truck frame and with an angled front fascia.

Theme Song

The theme song was sung by Hank Williams Can you name the truck with four wheel drive, Smells like a steak, and seats thirty five? Canyonero! Canyonero! Well, it goes real slow with the hammer down, It's the country-fried truck endorsed by a clown, Canyonero! Canyonero! Hey, hey! Twelve yards long, two lanes wide, Sixty five tons of American pride! Canyonero! Canyonero! Top of the line in utility sports, Unexplained fires are a matter for the courts! Canyonero! Canyonero! She blinds everybody with her super high beams, She's a squirrel-squashin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine, Canyonero! Canyonero! Canyonero! Whoa, Canyonero! Whoooooaaaa!


Cadillac CTS
Cadilacc CTS (1)
Cadillac CTS 3

The Cadillac CTS is a hire car Homer uses when Marge crashes his car.

At one point Homer isn't going to give the Springfield Auto back his car until he sees his car for sale for $99.

Adventures in Baby Getting

  • Chief Wiggum gets out of a 4th generation Plymouth Fury police car
  • Marge buys a Tiesan sympleza whitch is a play on Nissan and Scion but the car looks like a 5th generation Ford Fiesta
  • Bart and Milhouse see lisa get into a Ford Crown Victoria