Part of the Chrysler luxury car history, the Chrysler New Yorker is a car line with well over 50 years of history. The New Yorker is a car that since its unveiling in 1940 and until its end in 1996 made Chrysler’s name as a luxury car automaker.
The last generation Chrysler New Yorker from 1994-1997 featured 8-way powered seats with heating options, the cab forward design triumphed in the Lamborghini Portofino, remote keyless entry, the infinity sound system, powered moon roof, and more. The New Yorker featured a unique and more traditional American-made luxury car design and a firm luxurious driving experience. If you are looking for a very historic car in American history from the first to the last generation, the New Yorker is the classic car collector’s an old antique car driver’s delight.