1993 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue 3.3L 60 degree V6 from North America
Very comfortable and reliable
Rear view mirror fell off.
Turn signal switch stopped working.
Trunk lift springs broke.
Piece of transmission snap ring in the transmission pan when I did a fluid change.
Previous owner said the engine computer died a couple years ago, but was replaced with a new one.
This car is the most comfortable car I've ever owned, with the plush seats and more legroom then an SUV.
I picked this car up to keep as a spare car to drive when my other ones break down. It seems reliable, but I did find a piece of a snap ring from the transmission when I dropped the pan and changed the fluid. The transmission shifts even better now, and I don't see it as an issue yet, until shifting becomes erratic.
Mileage is OK, I usually take it to 375km in the city before filling. Theoretically, I've calculated it to do over 550km on the highway, probably more, but I haven't had a change to test full highway mileage yet. A lot better than the Explorer I own.
It does have a big turning radius, interesting for 14 inch tires, but I did get used to it in parking lots.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 1st February, 2010