Chrysler New Yorker

Beginning in 1990, a new stretched-wheelbase version of the New Yorkers was offered, carrying the additional moniker of Fifth Avenue from the just-departed M-body platform. Short-wheelbase New Yorkers continued with Landau and a new base model called Salon.

The Salon was a rebadged Dynasty with exposed headlamps, horizontal taillights, and grille similar to the Dodge. All models carried a new Chrysler-built 3.3 L V6 engine that year. The Landau model was dropped for 1991, but even Salon models now came with hidden headlights, vertical taillights, and a traditional Chrysler grille.

A new 3.8 L V6 engine became an available option. A styling update for 1992 produced a more rounded appearance front and rear.

Source:  Wikipedia, 2011

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