by DALE MCCARTNEY on Dec 7, 2006 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler New Yorker
no major problems with this car at 98,560 miles, other than replacement of 16 year old gaskets and other normal maintenance. great value for the money with all the buttons minus leather seats. very satisfied with my car.
by theMainMopar on Jun 4, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler New Yorker
over 180,000 miles, no mechanical
problems yet. Still floats around the
city and drives better than my corolla.
I have to look at my speedometer
constantly because when i'm going 95,
it feels like i'm going slow.
by NYer landau fan on Nov 14, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler New Yorker
We have owned this car since we bought
it new from the dealer. It has seen two
kids through high school and college
and is still kicking. We've had only
small repair problems along the way.
Since the warranty was up, it's been a
dream! Sure, it's now ugly and old and
has the turning radius of an 18
wheeler, but it's reliable.
Unfortunately, someone just hit it -
insurance co. said it's totaled. You
should see the other car, though. The
New Yorker won big time. If you can
find one still around, I think the car
would be worthwhile for a few years to
by Sierra on Oct 15, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Chrysler New Yorker
this car is reliable. It corners like a
boat is not highly rated in performance
catagory. Engine has all the gusto you
need, and is responsive and fine
running. very smooth. the int. is comfy
and it has everything you need. The
trunk release in the glove box! now
whos idea was that? gas mileage is good
We are going on 16 months with our 2005 Dodge GC, and so far, have did nothing but changed the oil and filters. Before the Eagle Vision, we had a 1988 New Yorker we kept for 5 years and only needed th...
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