Anglicky (český popis chybí)
The Avenger was also built in Brazil from 1973–1981 in two-door sedan form only, sold initially as Dodge 1800, named for its motor—the engine design was the same as found in Avengers sold elsewhere, although enlarged to a 1.8 L capacity. Styling was slightly different from the British built Avengers, notably due to the use of larger bumpers, a four-headlamp grille (which was different from the design found on the quadruple headlamp Avengers and the American Plymouth Cricket) and conventional tail lights, which did not have the "hockeystick" shape of the Hillman Avenger.
In 1977, the car was renamed Dodge Polara (a nameplate Chrysler previously used on full-sized Dodge models in the U.S. and on a series of large Dodges in Argentina), and underwent a comprehensive facelift, gaining the Chrysler Avenger's front styling, and dashboard setup, the revised bumpers and tail light treatments remaining unique to Brazil. A further light facelift was given in 1980 before production ceased in 1981.