by NY3UVL714 on Feb 17, 2010 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler Imperial 4dr Sedan
Big luxurious 1980's style American boulevardier. Quiet and comfortable on smooth roads, rough pavement causes abrupt and harsh ride. Poor handling, with loose floating motions on quickly undulating freeways. Spacious, first class looking, fully equipped interior Impressively roomy rear seat legroom. Disappointingly, the first class interior styling is betrayed by average contstruction and assembly. Rattles in doors and dash occasionally sour the luxury ambiance. Powerful but boomy 10 speaker Infinity Ultimate Sound system. Overall a nice blast from the past available for bargain prices. Imperials do not stand up well to abuse or neglect, watch out for well maintained examples.
by PAE on Jan 6, 2010 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler Imperial 4dr Sedan
Overall great car. Perfect size for family of 5. Rear seat/leg space just comparable-or better- than Crown Vic. 15" wheels would have been better choice. Aquired car w/ 90000 miles & ran it another 100000. Air suspension gave out & replaced w/ New Yorker suspension. Elegant body design w/ high level interior. Would have kept it longer had there been a need for a 3rd car. Ample trunk space w/ handy air compressor for emergencies.
by Bill-B on Dec 20, 2005 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler Imperial 4dr Sedan
Bought car with 69,000 miles for $2000. It now has 71,000 miles and has needed a waterpump, new hoses, rear brakes (rotors and pads), muffler, battery, and that is about it. It has pretty good pickup and will run with a 1994 Crown Vic till about 90 MPH. Very comfortable car on the staights but you have to take it really easy on the turns due to "comfort tuned" suspension.
Yet another Chrysler Imperial is unleashed on the unsuspecting public. This one has front-wheel drive and is larger than the New Yorker Fifth Avenue. It is loaded with standard equipment and is equipped with Chrysler's new 3.3 V6 engine and a four-speed transmission.