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CHRYSLER New Yorker Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 2
First production year: 1955
Engines: Gasoline
 

1995 - 1997

In 1993 Chrysler introduced the last generation of the New Yorker, a model that traced its past since 1938, sometimes not even knowing exactly in which segment it belonged. Built on the same platform as the Eagle Vision and Dodge Intrepid, the New Yorker tried to provide a more luxurious experience for its customers. It even looked classier, with its less raked-forward C-pillars and the features offered on the inside. And yet, Chrysler decided to pull the plug on the nameplate just a few years later and close a chapter that lasted for more than half of a century. Chrysler marketed the ...

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gasoline engines:

  CHRYSLER New Yorker 3.5

 

1955 - 1961

The fourth generation of the Chrysler New Yorker was launched in 1955 and became the premiere sedan of its time, and it was a significant step forward in terms of design. Sharing its platform with the likes of the Chrysler 300 and the DeSoto Firedome, the New Yorker was available as a sedan, convertible, hard top, or station wagon with two or four doors. Its design was penned by no other than Virgil Exner, with cues inspired by the Imperial Parade Phaeton. Its look was a departure from its predecessor, with a flatter hood and horizontal chromed grilles. The mid-50s were the years when ...

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gasoline engines:

  CHRYSLER New Yorker 5.4