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Considered by some to be one of finest sport luxury in its day, the LHS was a full-size, front drive car based on the Chrysler LH The LHS was Chrysler’s flagship model 1994 to 2001. During its run the LHS was praised for offering a blend of end luxury and features along solid performance.

It proved a rival to other vehicles cost thousands more.

of a higher end European car, the generation LHS offered an overall of both luxury and performance. years before Chrysler partnered with Daimler-Benz, American automotive journalists that Chrysler’s flagship be easily mistaken for something

The First generation was originally in 1994 and ran until 1997. It was a year after the Chrysler Eagle Vision and the Dodge were released. The first had a wheelbase of 113.0 inches, an length of 207.4 inches, a of 74.4 inches and a height of inches (and 55.9 from 1995 until

The LH 207 (Chrysler LHS and New Yorker) utilized a of the LH platform with a five-inch body that took the of the Imperial as the largest and most vehicle in Chryslers range.

The LH retained the original wheelbase, but the LHS 5 more inches to a longer that allowed the engineers to the rear seat even back. This length the LHS almost ‘limo-like’ rear room. As a replacement for the New Yorker Avenue and New Yorker Salon, a similar New Yorker model was

All three Chrysler LH models the mid-level ‘Touring’ suspension 1994 onwards. Only on the Intrepid and the Eagle Vision was an stiffer ‘Performance’ setting as an option.

The LHS could seat six and it from the Chrysler New Yorker by a console and shifter, along an upgraded interior and a sportier In 1997 the New Yorker was dropped in of a six-passenger option on the LHS. In the Chrysler LHS received a minor where the Pentastar was removed and with Chrysler’s current logo.

Many features standard on the top-of-the-line LHS while on its that were only Some of the standard features a 3.5 L EGJ 24-valve 214 hp V6 engine, side and trim, body-colored grille, wheels, traction control, fog lights and 8-way power front seats. A velour-like seat came standard leather seats were an like the New Yorker.

Projecting a more expensive and feel than the New Yorker’s traditionally styled leather, the leather was very similar to the style of its cloth seats.

one of the most criticized design were the headlamps on the 1994 which were poorly and implemented. Customers complained about the dim performance and the lack look of it. The redesign of the headlamps was for the 1995 model year.

On a order basis only, the LHS was in Europe and it featured rear turn signals, headlamps incorporated different lens and bulbs and side turnal repeaters. The 1994 LHS was priced at while the following year it to $29,595. By 1996 the base went up to $30,225 and remained the the following year.

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Jeremy Clarkson, a man well for criticizing American automobiles, the first generation LHS as ‘by standards, right up there the best.’ The second generation in 1999 with a wheelbase of inches, an overall length of inches, a width of 74.4 and a height of 56.0 inches. the 1997 model year, the LHS was in anticipation of an all-new redesigned LHS would be released in 1999. The generation LHS continued to occupy its as Chrysler’s most luxurious though the interior didn’t any more space than the longer-nosed Concorde.

The main between the second-generation LHS and the Concorde much fewer and limited to fascias and equipment levels. The Vision replacement, the Chrysler was also released with the new With the addition of the 300M, once again gave three full-sized models, all of based on the LH platform.

Though it gained more that the LHS, the slightly 300M ended up costing along with the less-expensive, identical in almost every Concorde. Unfortunately because of the the LHS interior felt slightly cramped than the earlier

Reducing the space between the portions of the windows and the sides of the heads the side windows much more aggressively into the roof. Though all of the interior measurement either or exceeded the first LHS’s, the generation lost its ‘limo-like Unfortunately this reduced the LHS‘s status to that of the New which was ironic, since the LHS had the one to become more popular in the generation and caused the demise of the New

Chrysler dropped the LHS nameplate in from its lineup. The 2002-2004 LXi and Limited received the LHS’s and rear fascia styling, with the LHS styled interior. For the base LHS cost $28,950, it to $28,340 for 2000 and went up to $28,680 for 2001.

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