The Chrysler Saratoga was first introduced in 1939. The Saratoga was built in six generations, but there were three main eras of production. The first era (1939-1941) saw the model as the top Chrysler offering, the second era (1942-1952) saw it as the entry level Chrysler model, and the third era (1957-1960), which saw the Saratoga as Chrysler's intermediate offering. Over the course of production, the Saratoga was available in a wide range of closed body styles, including sedan, limousine, and coupe. The Chrysler Saratoga was built until 1960, although the Saratoga name was re-used from 1988-1995 for a European exclusive model that was a rebadged Dodge Spirit.