2001 Chrysler LHS 6 cylinder from North America


Great car... need more reliable electronics and a sun/moonroof!


Drivers side seat leather is showing a bit of wear.

The over-head computer gives a time of day that does not exist! ex: 88:35pm.

General Comments:

Love the seats... very comfortable & love all the gadgets!

The one thing that I do miss in this car is a sun/moonroof!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 11th August, 2006

2001 Chrysler LHS 3.5L High Output from North America


Reliable Luxurious Full Size Sedan


I have had nothing go wrong with the 2001 LHS yet. I've been very happy with it, not so much as a broken piece of trim. It has never once broken down, or failed to start or anything like that. Running good strong and straight at 67K miles.

General Comments:

This car was Chrysler's flagship in 2001, Like the 300C of today. It is a very luxurious full size sedan, and drives like it.

Soft suspension that glides over the road.

Plush leather/vinyl everywhere in the interior.

Heated seats, Auto headlights/wipers. Memory function for the seats/mirrors/radio. All the little electronic extras.

Chrysler only made 10,981 (worldwide) of the LHS' for 2001, so there are not too many on the road. This means they don't depreciate too badly.

The 2001 model year vehicles only had a 3yr/36K mile manufacter warranty. After 2002 there was a 7yr/70K mile warranty. However 2001 was the last year for the LHS.

The V6 has plenty of power (rated at 250HP) for such a big car.

I've taken it on many road trips and it is a very comfortable highway cruiser.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 6th February, 2006

30th Oct 2006, 09:25

I'm currently in the market for another vehicle since my 1996 SHO blew a head gasket. The LHS sounds like a good choice and vehicle's lines look great! Been doing some research and I've found that the LHS is somewhat more reliable that some of the imports I've reviewed. Also, the LHS is a better bang for the buck. My SHO had 235 HP and could move. I miss her already, but I'm sure the LHS will make up for that. The LHS appears to be a car of good value and once I've purchased it, I hope I can continue to echo my praises on what I've reviewed.