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Chrysler LeBaron (1990–4)

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Chrysler LeBaron (AA). 1990–4 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 2501 cm³ (I4 OHC), 2972 cm³ (V6 OHC). Luxury version of AA-platform cars, evolved from K-car chassis. Unlike Plymouth Acclaim, more comfortable and better tuned for a smooth ride; acceptable handling. Landau version had vinyl half-roof with small, formal backlight window. Took over from rebadged Dodge Spirit as the export-market Chrysler Saratoga in 1994–5, but replaced domestically by Chrysler Cirrus. Not really a luxury car, with quality below that of Japanese brands, but considered reliable in its day. Mitsubishi supplied the V6. Unrelated to coupé and convertible which bore the LeBaron name as well (q.v. Chrysler LeBaron (1987–95)).


Manufacturing locations: Newark, Delaware, USA; Toluca, México

Marque: Chrysler | Model: Chrysler LeBaron | Predecessors: Chrysler LeBaron (1982–8), Chrysler LeBaron GTS | Successor: Chrysler Cirrus (1995–2000)





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