Used 1990 Chrysler Le Baron Sedan
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List Price Estimate
$735 - $1,890
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Edmunds' Expert Review
The LeBaron hatchback is dropped, moving the Chrysler coupe and convertible closer to enthusiast respectability. A new V6 engine is introduced offering smoother operation than the raspy turbo. Speaking of turbos, the next generation turbo is released for the LeBaron; horsepower figures are the same but turbo lag is reduced. A LeBaron Sedan is reintroduced this year with a 3.0-liter engine and room for six.
Most helpful consumer reviews
I love the car. I wish it could get better gas mileage though. But it's a great car, comfortable, plenty of space inside. The truck size is great too.
I have owned my lebaron for just under a year.. besides normal wear and tear it has bee a really fun car to drive. I think that the seats are really comfortable.. it handles really well in all weather i think.. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good car..
I've got a 1990 Lebaron that currently has 230,000+ miles on it! This is a car that won't quit! It's comfortable, has pretty good gas milage for its age, and it still looks good! It was passed down from my aunt, who'd received it from my grandparents, who bought it used. And for a 16 year old car, it's pretty good. I love LeBarons!
Plenty of acceleration power with the V6 EFI. I get 26 mpg with 6 cylinders. A real smooth ride at highway speeds. At purchase, 5 years ago, my LeBaron was 9 years old and had 68K miles. I have put on 90K miles. The quality of the air conditioning units is suspect. I have gone through 2 units. Three separate auto mechanics have given bad review for LeBaron A/C units. My LeBaron burns a quart of oil per week. May be just my car - it now has 150K miles. My mechanic does not know of oil burning being a common problem for LeBarons.
Features & Specs
See all Used 1990 Chrysler Le Baron Sedan features & specs
17 city / 24 hwy
141 hp @ 5000 rpm