1989ChryslerNew Yorker Review By Jim Mateja

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1989 Chrysler New Yorker

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By Jim Mateja

January 15, 1989

The Chrysler New is a square peg in what has become a ofround holes.

Though the is rounding its sheet metal, sticks withthe squared off look on the 1989 New Yorker.

Perhaps not. Distinctive? To be especially with thebold and hidden headlamps for the clean, look.

Powerful? The 3-liter, V-6 engine from Mitsubishi has beefed up to deliver 141 horsepower, up 136 h.p. a year ago. But is meant to cruise comfortably at speeds and not dart from before the rest of the pack.

The with 4-speed is rated at per gallon city/26 m.p.g.

A 4-speed automatic with is standard for 1989, replacing 3-speed. It`s quieter and than the 3-speed.

Comfortable? cushy seats. Good leg but after driving the 1989 New Landau for a while, you wish had added a few inches tovehicle for improved arm room and hip comfort.

New is built on a 104.3-inch wheelbase and is inches longand 68.5 wide, meaning the wheelbase is less than a midsizeBuick length is a shade less that of an Oldsmobile 98, width is the same as a compact Ford

The trunk is large, but is one of those dish designs with a in the middle rather than a floor. Stacking luggage and groceries is a chore.

Ride is Handling runs along the best suited for those to take in the scenery and not tempt in corners or turns. If left own instincts, the New Yorker will the road a bit and you have tokeep between the lines.

Luxurious? Of with some appreciated such as a dual cupholder pulls out from the dash; an sound system a cut above delivered by Chrysler; power locks that lock on own afteryou`re underway; and a lightweight, hood that opens to anoil filter within and reach for easy change.

But a few additions and changes would be Antilock brakes are a $926 and should be standard in the automaker`s top of the model.Antilock brakes will be in the new Imperial coming out next and should be in the New Yorker now.

The V-6 is adequate, but the 3.3-liter V-6 coming Chryslerfor the 1990 model would be a welcome addition for performance.

One design flaw needing is close proximity of the brake pedal. A wide foot hit both.

Standard equipment air conditioning, power brakes and AM-FM stereo with clock, remote hood/trunk/fuel door releases, front and folding arm rests, front and reading lamps, dualvisor mirrors, dual heated side mirrors, electric windowdefogg er and intermittent wipers. The adds vinyl half automaticpower door locks, power driver`s seat, steering, leather wrapped speed control, luxury covers, stainless steel tintedwindows, automatic rear leveling suspension and trip

Base price is $19,509. options including antilock securityalarm, upgraded sound upgraded wheel covers and Cross leatherinterior, the test car at $23,759, to which you have to add a charge.

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