1995 Chrysler New Yorker consumer reviews

$25,596 starting MSRP
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100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.0
  • Value for the money 4.3
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.7
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4.6

Very reliable large Best of 10 new cars owned

still going strong 18 mpg in city 27-28 mpg hwy cruise set at 65 with 2 passengers and huge trunk fully packed. plan to keep it for 3 years . Would trade in if repairs if exceeded 1000.00 Handles very good . I like the curved rear window and profile. I like a large car with large trunk. I especially like column shift and front bench seat. Had a hard finding those items. Don't like bucket seats ,small trunk and console shift ,suv styling in new cars.

4.7

BEAUTIFUL ECONOMICAL LARGE CAR BEST I EVER HAD

MPG CITY 21+ HWY 27MPG .WITH HUGE TRUNK STUFFED FULL AND BACK SEAT AREA PACKED WITH SALES MATERIAL. W/ 2PERSONS & cruise @65 mph >29 mpg. COMFORTABLE LOW MAINT. WATER PUMP AND TIMING BELT AND SERPENTINE BELT REPLACED. REPLACED IGN WIRES AT 40K MILES.... IMPORTANT...STABLE VERY GOOD ANTI LOCK BRAKES W/ GOOD TIRES.GARAGED AND LOOKS LIKE NEW. ONLY CAR I FOUND WITH NO CONSOLE AND SHIFTER ON STEERING COLUMN. I WILL KEEP IT AS LONG AS PARTS ARE AVAILABLE. I HAVE USED SYN OIL, FLUSHED TRANNY EVERY 4 YEARS. I DO MOST MAINT MYSELF. ONLY DRAWBACK CHANGING COOLANT IS DIFFICULT. Must be done right! Ben

4.0

Luxury, Reliable, Affordable

Purchased in 1995 brand new. 137,000 & looks and rides like new. All scheduled maintenance work as dictated by owners manual and dealer. Big and economical for a big car. I get 21 miles in the city and 29 in the highway. A draw back is that the minimum octane is 89 but you have to own one to know that it is worth the gas price. Dual air bags and when you ride in it you feel is hugs the road very steady and roomy and luxury ride. I recommend it.