Power, classic looks and reliability - what more can you ask?
Timing belt (100$).
Fuel pump (250$).
Engine crankshaft and camshaft seals due to a clogged pressure relief tube on top of the valve cover (250$).
Oil pan (150$).
Plus some other minor things I can't quite remember, most of them routine maintenance. Overall reliability is very good.
A very good car with excellent classy looks and the kick only a true sports car can deliver. The ride is smooth as if you were riding a cloud and the pot holes can barely be noticed, provided they are of a moderate size.
The engine itself is the smallest available engine for this model (a 3.3L and a 3.8L V6 is also available), but it still delivers enough power to stick you to the car's seat every time you step on it (the seats are very comfy, by the way).
Acceleration is truly amazing and for me, that is a must (I love seeing those souped up Japanese cars disappear in my rear view mirror as they try to race me to get ahead). Top speed reads 160 Km/h on my 3L. I don't know about the other models and at what speeds they can top.
Other than that, I would like to add that this is everything you can ask from a car - a classy look, power and reliability, even if it costs a few more pennies for the gas (but not a lot more though).
In my opinion, American auto makers should stick to these powerful and large designs, as those are the only cars they excel in. If I ever get rid of this one, I will be looking for another New Yorker for sale in the papers!
P.S. Do not confuse the New Yorker with a Dynasty - they are very similar, but the Dynasty is known as much less luxurious and has more flaws.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th August, 2001