1990 CHRYSLER New Yorker, V-6

1990 CHRYSLER New Yorker, V-6

NEW YORKER — SERIES C — V-6 — What had been the base New Yorker was called “Salon” this year, while the Landau continued as top-drawer model. Under both hoods, a Chrysler-built 147-horsepower, 3.3-liter V-6 engine replaced the former standard Mitsubishi-built V-6. Standard equipment on the Landau included a one-touch power window, air conditioning, landau vinyl roof, and automatic rear load leveling. Salon carried less equipment for its lower price, but that included a four-speed overdrive automatic transmission, rear defogger, remote mirrors, and tinted glass. Options for both included antilock brakes, a power sunroof, and power memory driver's seat. Salon buyers could also get a road/handling suspension.

 

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