1990 CHRYSLER LeBaron 4-cyl.

1990 CHRYSLER LeBaron 4-cyl.

LEBARON — SERIES J (coupe and convertible)/SERIES A (sedan) -FOUR/V-6 — Four powerplants were available in the LeBaron line, including a new Mitsubishi-built 3.0-liter V-6 rated 141 horsepower. The V-6 was standard in the Premium and GT coupe and convertible, as well as in the sedan. This sedan was different from the former one, which had evolved from the earlier LeBaron GTS. Instead, it was closely related to the Dodge Spirit and Plymouth Acclaim. The high-performance LeBaron GTC had a standard 174-horsepower intercooled VNT (Variable Nozzle Turbo) Turbo IV engine and five-speed manual gearbox, while the base sedan ran with the basic 100-horsepower, 2.5-liter four. An electronically variable suspension now allowed the driver of a GTC to change shock-absorber damping characteristics. A four-speed overdrive automatic transmission was available for the first time on LeBaron, standard on the sedan. Also standard on the seda ...

 

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