Chrysler LeBaron - 1990–1995 Sedan

1990–1995 Sedan

Third generation (sedan)
Also called Chrysler New Yorker (Mexico)
Production 1990–1995
Assembly Newark, Delaware, United States
Toluca, Mexico
Class Mid-size
Body style 4-door sedan
Layout FF layout
Platform AA-body
Engine 2.5 L Chrysler I4
3.0 L Mitsubishi 6G72 V6
Transmission 2.5 l engines

5-speed Getrag A523 manual
3-speed A413 automatic

3 Litres engines

5-speed Getrag A543 manual
5-speed Getrag A555 manual
5-speed Getrag ass. A568 manual
3-speed A670 automatic
4-speed A604 automatic
Wheelbase 103.5 in (2,629 mm)
Length 182.7 in (4,641 mm)
Width 68.1 in (1,730 mm)
Height 53.7 in (1,364 mm)
Curb weight 2,971 lb (1,348 kg)
Related Dodge Spirit
Plymouth Acclaim
Chrysler Saratoga (Export only)

The last LeBaron sedan was built on the front wheel drive AA platform, another K derivative, as an upmarket mid-size sedan. It differed from the Dodge Spirit and Plymouth Acclaim, as well as the European Chrysler Saratoga mostly in detail and trim choices. Theoretically, as historically was the case in this era whenever Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth shared direct model variants, the Acclaim was supposed to be the more mainstream version, while the Spirit was the sportier version, and the LeBaron was the luxury version. In reality, however, there was considerable overlap amongst the three in available trim, equipment and features. The top-line LeBaron Landau model offered a padded vinyl half-roof with smaller "formal" backlight. All LeBaron sedans came with a standard driver's side airbag, could seat up to six passengers, and had a relatively large trunk. In 1993 the LeBaron sedan received new rear lights, which incorporated the reversing lamps previously located in the bumper fascia. The LeBaron sedan was discontinued on December 9, 1994 along with the Dodge Spirit and Plymouth Acclaim and was replaced in 1995 by the "Cloud Car" Chrysler Cirrus.

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