Chrysler New Yorker

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By Jim Mateja on May 9, 1993

It was apropos that the new 1994 Chrysler New Yorker and the 1993 Buick LeSabre arrived in the driveway at the same time. LeSabre was decked out in 90th anniversary trim to commemorate Buick&apo... Read More
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By Jim Mateja on January 15, 1989

The Chrysler New Yorker is a square peg in what has become a world ofround holes. Though the competition is rounding its sheet metal, Chrysler sticks withthe squared off boxy look on the 1989 N... Read More
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The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Leonard Kucinski on December 24, 1988

Although Chrysler did much pioneering, there were times it appeared to allow other manufacturers to test the waters. For example, other manufacturers have been offering four-speed automatic o... Read More
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By Jim Mateja on December 6, 1987

Last fall Lee Iacocca held court over the unveiling of the 1988 Chrysler New Yorker and Dodge Dynasty at the automaker`s design center in Detroit. Canvas covers hid both cars from view. At the... Read More
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The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Leonard Kucinski on November 14, 1987

When you talk about the Chrysler New Yorker, you're talking tradition. Here is a car with the oldest continuing model name in the auto industry - it was introduced in 1939 and was the &apo... Read More
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The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

The Morning Call and Mcall.com's view

By Leonard Kucinski on May 25, 1985

Driving the Chrysler Fifth Avenue is like walking into a room full of old friends. There may be no stimulating surprises but there is no fear of the unknown, either. It is the type of car &apo... Read More