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1957 Chrysler New Yorker

the 1957 Chrysler New Yorker


The New Yorker is a front-wheel drive, sedan. The most recent of the New Yorker rests upon the LH shared with the more Chrysler LHS and more sporting Vision. The New Yorker was offered 1994 and 1996, when it was in favor of the LHS. Only one level was offered, although are enough standard and optional available to keep buyers

Under the hood of the New Yorker an advanced SOHC 24-valve V6. The engine produces 214 horsepower and 221 of torque. This V6 is the only choice for the New Yorker and it is also with the LHS. This is mated to a 4-speed automatic with overdrive. The New Yorker can 18 miles per gallon in city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway to EPA estimates. These figures are for a sedan of its size and well in with the New Yorker’s competitors. The New could seat 6 people in with the standard bench

The New Yorker was just one of several LH designed by Chrysler’s Auburn design studio. The LH cars among the first cars completely in a computer environment, the cab forward design philosophy to interior and trunk space. the New Yorker’s roots stretch a number of decades. The New Yorker first appeared as a sub-model of the Imperial and quickly became its own in the following year. The New Yorker was used on a number of rear-wheel vehicles until 1983, the name appeared on a variant of the platform and on an M-body sedan. The New continued to use the E-body and later platforms until it was thoroughly in 1994.

The list of standard features for the New include driver and passenger air bags, air conditioning, cruise power door locks and windows, heated power and speed-sensitive intermittent wipers. for the New Yorker include driver and 8-way power front with leather, traction 16-inch aluminum wheels, and a moonroof. An overhead console an information system is also While the New Yorker does not as many standard features as the it is nevertheless well appointed.

The New original manufacturer’s suggested price (MSRP) was approximately with rebates and incentives the final asking price MSRP. The New Yorker remained in the face of competition such as the Avalon, Oldsmobile 98, and much rear-wheel drive full-size such as the Buick Roadmaster and Grand Marquis. The Chrysler New is a front-wheel drive, full-size The most recent generation of the New rests upon the LH platform, with the more upscale LHS and more sporting Eagle The New Yorker was offered between and 1996, when it was discontinued in of the LHS. Only one trim was offered, although there are standard and optional features to keep buyers happy.

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Under the hood of the New Yorker an advanced SOHC 24-valve V6. The engine produces 214 horsepower and 221 of torque. This V6 is the only choice for the New Yorker and it is also with the LHS. This is mated to a 4-speed automatic with overdrive. The New Yorker can 18 miles per gallon in city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway to EPA estimates. These figures are for a sedan of its size and well in with the New Yorker’s competitors. The New could seat 6 people in with the standard bench

The New Yorker was just one of several LH designed by Chrysler’s Auburn design studio. The LH cars among the first cars completely in a computer environment, the cab forward design philosophy to interior and trunk space. the New Yorker’s roots stretch a number of decades. The New Yorker first appeared as a sub-model of the Imperial and quickly became its own in the following year. The New Yorker was used on a number of rear-wheel vehicles until 1983, the name appeared on a variant of the platform and on an M-body sedan. The New continued to use the E-body and later platforms until it was thoroughly in 1994.

The list of standard features for the New include driver and passenger air bags, air conditioning, cruise power door locks and windows, heated power and speed-sensitive intermittent wipers. for the New Yorker include driver and 8-way power front with leather, traction 16-inch aluminum wheels, and a moonroof. An overhead console an information system is also While the New Yorker does not as many standard features as the it is nevertheless well appointed.

The New Yorker’s original manufacturer’s retail price (MSRP) was $27,300, with rebates and driving the final asking below MSRP. The New Yorker competitive in the face of competition as the Toyota Avalon, Oldsmobile 98, and larger rear-wheel drive sedans such as the Buick and Mercury Grand Marquis. . more

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