The squarish, utilitarian lines of the 1994 Plymouth Acclaim sedan may cause you to overlook this car in favor of the somewhat sexier, more aerodynamic lines of its competitors. What you'd be passing up is a roomy little sedan-and one of the best values in its category. Chrysler brought out this basic design several years ago with the objective of offering one of the roomiest, most feature-packed, lowest-priced midsize sedans on the market. It's an objective that the '94 Plymouth Acclaim continues to strive for in a highly admirable way. Our test vehicle sported a downright miserly-by today's measures, anyway-MSRP of just $14,154. And that amount bought us an AM/FM stereo, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes and a comparatively hefty 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine. What's more, six people can sit comfortably in the Acclaim's surprisingly roomy interior, and the driver can expect adequate-to-good response from this car's power train at most city and highway speeds. That, in plain and simple terms, is what we uncovered in this plain and simple-but very practical-sedan.