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Chrysler New Yorker Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 3.5 L V 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 214 hp @ 5850 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 16/24 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1995

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I love my new-to-me new

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

I spend a lot of time in my vehicles and want comfort for long days. The NYer has the most comfortable drivers seat ever! While I love and have mostly driving European cars, I am a bit old for getting in and out of MGBs, Fiats and Alfas. The bouncing is not a joy and performance is not - at my age - all that important (but this car has a lot). i bought this car with 240,000 km on the clock, which sounds like a lot but averages out to less than 10K be year. Well maintained, the few minor blemishes were easy to fix - a broken power antenna, replacing the broken front marker lights, and such. Aluminum rims for $60 ea.

What a pile of

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

I purchased this car used witho about 54000 miles on it. It was roomy comfortable and stylish with nice power and a smooth ride. None of that matters compared to the engine and transmission troubles I had. I Had to have the engine replaced twice and the transmission wouldnt shift out of 2nd most of the time after 80,000 miles. I would often. smell burning something or other from time to time. The car died two years befor I finished paying for it. I will never purchase another chrysler. The service department at the dealership lied to me about it not having any oil when the engine went but thats the first thing I checked when it did. Plus if it had an oil leak that was their responsibility.

Very happy overall

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

This has been a great family car. Very comfortable for long trips, trunk holds a huge amount of cargo. My only complaint with this car probably doesn't relate to the car. It seems very difficult to diagnose when something goes wrong. A/C was repaired multiple times by 2 dealers and 1 private before it was fixed. Only major repair was timing belt, all else standard repairs.

One thing after another

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

It was used when I bought it. What a mistake... So far over the last 2 years I've spent 2k on repairs. The overall mechanical aspect of this car is so bad that unless you are a mechanic you should marry one prior to the purhcase. Currently 700.00 of rack-pinion work is forecast. This does not include tie- rods and ball joints. The transmission is next...2800.00...I keep thinking that with the next repair I'll be done. This car is rated POOR with most auto sources.

Ten years

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

Purchased new, now 176,000 miles and I still love the car. Bought 100k extended warranty, Used for seized up water pump at 78,000, transmission at 97,000. Also had problems with a/c. No major problems in last several years. I can't find a new car for $40,000 that would offer more car than this one and make me feel I got my money's worth.

1994 new yorker (found myself

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Vehicle: 1994 Chrysler New Yorker

Very nice car to drive. However, I believe that I found a number of problems with the car over the past 2.5 years since purchasing used with low milage. Chrome strips on the sides fell off (minor problem) a couple of times, and took away from the overall look of the car. Frequent problems with ball joints, wheel bearings, sway bars, and tie rods. In the past 2 years, all of these front end parts have been replaced once, some twice, causing much annoyance and costing a great deal. The sad part is, the vast majority of my driving is on the highway. I am told that sway bars and ball joints are problems common to all Chryslers

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What's New for 1995

No changes to the New Yorker this year.

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Gas Mileage


  • 16
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  • 24
  • highway
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