1988 Chrysler New Yorker Landau, Mark Cross 3.0 V6 from North America
Nicest car of it's kind I've ever seen
Well I just lucked out and got this car at an auction, when I got it home and really inspected it the front right boot on the CV joint needs to be replaced.
The Automatic antenna doesn't work anymore.
The digital compass isn't very accurate.
The Automatic door locks don't work in on back door.
It's an amazingly comfortable and luxurious car, it has the full leather interior which is still in mint condition.
There's power everything, doors, seats, windows, trunk.
This car has more fancy electronics than I knew existed in 88', gas mileage, distance until fuel is empty, outside temperature, two headphone jacks in the back seat with volume control, opera lights in back seat.
I was amazed and impressed last weekend when I pulled up beside a done up Civic with five people in my car and blew the doors off him.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 5th May, 2005
11th May 2006, 05:09
The mid-sized New Yorker is actually a pretty light car, and the 3.0 DOHC engine will move it a hurry if you tromp on the peddle. It'd stop on a dime, too, again due to the light weight, and all-wheel disc-brakes. I owned one once, and it had the most comfortable crush-velure seats I've ever sat in -- you sank in them all the way to China.
Be careful gunning that motor, however; unlike the v8s, you can break it.