This is a list of cars owned by Dunder Mifflin employees:
Michael drives a silver 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited convertible. It is first seen in the episode "Health Care" and appears in many subsequent episodes, most notably "Office Olympics" and "The Client." In certain episodes where the front end of Michael's Sebring is visible, the car has a front license plate, which is not required in the state of Pennsylvania.
In "The Coup," Michael offers to give the car to Dwight along with his job as regional manager and is greatly offended when Dwight turns it down.
In "Dunder Mifflin Infinity," Michael drives a rented Ford Taurus while his Sebring is in the shop.
In "Money," Michael has sold his Sebring and used the money to help Jan buy a Porsche Boxster. He takes the bus to work.
In "Local Ad," Michael arrives at Poor Richard's in a red PT Cruiser convertible. It is not explained how he paid for it, but it is reasonable to assume that he traded in the Porsche Boxster. Jan and Michael drive a red PT Cruiser to New York in "The Deposition."
In "Broke," Michael requests a new Sebring as one of his conditions for returning to Dunder Mifflin and is angry when Charles Miner tells him that Chrysler no longer makes the car.
In "Company Picnic," Michael is seen driving a late model (2008-2009 judging by the grooves on the hood) Sebring Limited Convertible.
In the "Pilot" episode, Dwight mentions that he drives a 1978 Nissan 280z which he bought for $1,200 and restored, bringing its value to $3,000 [which is possible for the air date but as of 2018 the rare car is up to $15,000 asking price in online car groups]. In "Grief Counseling" we see a bronze Datsun 280ZX in the parking lot, as Pam and Roy talk about Pam's new Toyota Yaris, which must be Dwight's. The 280ZX debuted in 1979 so not only is it the wrong model, it's the wrong year.
In "The Fire," Dwight listens to music in his maroon 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. The car makes appearances in several subsequent episodes, most notably in "The Injury." In the episode "Baby Shower, the car features the rare digital dashboard and digital diagnostics system. In several episodes featuring the car's interior, it has a red cloth interior.
In "Did I Stutter?," Dwight buys Andy's Nissan Xterra, and then almost immediately sells it for more than he paid for it.
In "Finale" Dwight is seen to be driving a 2012 Header Orange Dodge Challenger SRT8, which he bought sometime between the documentary airing and sometime before "Finale."
In the first and second seasons, Jim drove a maroon early 2000s Toyota Corolla, first seen in "The Alliance." It also appears at the end of the episodes "Hot Girl" and "The Carpet." In real life, the car belongs to Phyllis Smith, the actress who plays Phyllis.
In the third season, Jim drives a silver 2005 Saab 9-2x Aero, first seen in the episode "Traveling Salesmen."
In the fifth season, Jim drives a grey Saab 9-3 Aero, first seen in the episode "Weight Loss."
Since the sixth season, Jim and Pam have driven a 2010 Subaru Outback.
In the first season, Pam does not own a car of her own.
In the third season, Pam drives a blue-gray Toyota Yaris, first seen in the episode "Grief Counseling."
Starting in Season 6, Jim and Pam both drive a 2010 Subaru Outback.
Ryan's car appears in the episode "The Fire." It is a deep blue 4-door Honda Civic.
In "Business School," Ryan's car is a blue 4-door Chevrolet Cobalt (LT or LS), as indicated by the dashboard, gauge cluster, and exterior.
In "Did I Stutter?," Ryan arrives in Scranton in an automatic transmission silver BMW Z4 roadster. Ryan also mentions that he drives his mom's Nissan Z.
Angela drives a gray Ford Focus. It first appeared in the episode "The Dundies." Angela is later seen driving a tan Saturn S series. It appears as she honks at Kevin on the way to Pam and Jim's wedding in "Niagara." It is also seen in "Andy's Play" after she punches Dwight's card in the parking lot.
Angela is seen in a Xenon Blue Metallic Cadillac SRX crossover which was presumably bought by the senator sometime before or during Season 8, as it is expensive. It is also seen in season 9, proving she got to keep it in the divorce.
Oscar drives a gold Saturn Ion, first seen in the episode "The Secret." He later gets a Corporate-leased Lexus RX 400h as a result of Michael's behavior in "Gay Witch Hunt." It is seen in the Producer's Cut of "The Return."
In the eighth season, he is seen setting his items on a new silver Chrysler 300 in the episode "Pool Party."
In the eighth season, he is seen driving a red Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible in the episode "Tallahassee." It's presumed that it was a rental, as it is not seen in any further episodes after the group returns from Florida.
In "Crime Aid," Dwight ushers Phyllis outside, claiming someone let the air out of her tires. Phyllis goes with Dwight to inspect her car, which is a maroon 2008-2012 Chevrolet Malibu.
When he returns from anger management training in "Safety Training," Andy has replaced his Xterra with a second generation Toyota Prius. From 2009 onwards he is seen with a silver third generation Toyota Prius.
Andy sells his Xterra to Dwight in "Did I Stutter?," who in turn sells it on eBay for a profit. In real life, the car belongs to a hair stylist on the show, and after the episode aired, the car (with souvenirs from the show) was sold on eBay. The eBay listing describes the car as tan, but on screen the color comes out much darker.
Karen drives a silver Honda Passport, first seen in the episode "Diwali."
Todd Packer drives a red Chevrolet Corvette C6 Convertible, first seen in the episode "Sexual Harassment." His license plate is "WL HUNG" (meaning 'well hung,' though it was misinterpreted as American Idol contestant William Hung).
Other office workers
Kelly's car is a second generation facelifted Hyundai Accent.
Creed drives a 1982 Lincoln Town Car, as seen in "Murder." In "Search Committee" Creed enters the parking lot in a Porsche 997.2 Cabriolet. The PA license plates read "NEW MGR". In some later episodes he has a Porsche convertible.
In Season One, Roy owns a Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab.
First seen in "The Dundies," Roy now owns a Dodge Ram Regular Cab.
In "Roy's Wedding", Roy's brother tells Jim that Roy owns a $50,000 sports car.
Darryl drives a dark blue-grey 2006 Chevy Silverado, first seen in "The Negotiation."
In "Business Trip," Darryl is seen walking out to his grey 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab.
BMW 7 Series
In the final season, David Wallace is seen driving a newly purchased Lexus GS 350.
In "Baby Shower," Jan pulls away in a beige first generation Toyota Highlander.
Toby drives a silver-blue Saab 9-2x wagon, first seen in the episode "Take Your Daughter to Work Day."
In the episode "Garden Party" Toby drives a blue 2008-2011 Subaru Impreza, which is seen when Mose parks his car.
In "Goodbye, Toby" Holly drives a 2007 Toyota Camry Solara convertible in Magnetic Gray Metallic.
Jo drives a grey 2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid, as seen in "Whistleblower".
Non-Dunder Mifflin employees
Katy drives a Volkswagen Jetta, seen in "The Fire."
Carol drives a silver first generation Honda CR-V, seen in "Diwali."
Michael mentions that Pam's mother, Helene, drives a green Toyota Camry in "The Lover."
Walter Bernard Sr./Ellen Dorset Bernard
Andy's parents are briefly seen getting into a Mercedes-Benz CLS in "Garden Party."
Vehicles owned by Dunder Mifflin
In "Employee Transfer", Michael, Holly, and Darryl move Holly to Nashua, New Hampshire in a post-facelift first-generation GMC Sierra 3500HD Crew Cab (presumably an SLE trim) with an enclosed flatbed on the back of it.
In "WUPHF.com", Dwight gives a group of children a hay ride in the back of Dunder Mifflin's post-facelift first-generation Ford F-Series Super Duty XL box truck. Dunder Mifflin also owns another box truck, as seen in "Customer Loyalty", which is a second-generation GMC Savana.
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