- The 1977-1981 M-body Mid-size LeBaron sedan, coupé, and wagon
- The 1982-1988 K-body Compact LeBaron sedan, coupé, convertible, and wagon
- The 1985-1989 H-body Mid-size LeBaron GTS hatchback
- The 1987-1995 J-body Personal luxury LeBaron coupé and convertible
- The 1990-1994 AA-body Mid-size LeBaron sedan
Although the LeBaron name had been used before on Imperials, this was the first time the name was used on its own. This first Chrysler LeBaron was a rear-wheel drive M-body, a rebadged Dodge Diplomat with deluxe trim and equipment sold from 1977 to 1981. The LeBaron model name was moved to a new front-wheel drive car for the 1982 model year, when the Chrysler-branded rear-drive M-body was renamed New Yorker Fifth Avenue for the 1983 model year.
LeBarons were available in coupes, sedans and station wagons. A Police version was available in 1981 only. The wagons arrived in 1978. All wagons had the Town & Country wood panelling until a plain base wagon was added in 1980-81. See Town & Country section for more info.