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CHRYSLER Concorde   1998 2004
1998 2004

Facing many critics for the first generation of the Concorde, Chrysler introduced the second generation in 1998, dismissing its predecessor after only five years since it was launched.
Its predecessor lacked in the lights department, rear window defroster, and a few other areas that made it a slow-seller. With the second generation, the Concorde finally hit the spot. Even if it was longer than its predecessor, it was lighter due to the extensive use of aluminum for the rear suspension and hood. It shared only the door panels with its smaller brother built on the same platform, the Chrysler 300.

At the front, the 1998 Concorde distinguished itself due to the unusual-looking kidney headlights. The quad beam lights were far better than on the 1993 Concorde. Its cab-forward design with a very raked windshield created a dynamic image amplified by the ascending beltline. At the back, a set of elliptic, corner-mounted taillights matched the bio-design era, which was about to end, but it reached the car’s target customers.

Inside, the Concorde offered plenty of room for five occupants with more than adequate legroom for the back-seat passengers, thanks to a small center tunnel. At the front, the carmaker installed a rounded-shaped dashboard with five vents on it. The instrument panel was the home of four dials with silver rings around them. On the center stack, the carmaker installed the audio and climate controls into a wood trim. Since the carmaker made the Concorde a mid-size sedan for long journeys, it created a 530 liters (18.7 cu-ft) trunk space.

Under the hood, the 1998 model featured two new engines: an all-aluminum 2.7-liter V-6 and a 3.2-liter V-6. Later on, Chrysler added a re-worked 3.5-liter V-6 from Concorde’s bigger brother, the LHS.

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CHRYSLER Concorde   1993 1997
1993 1997

The Chrysler Concorde was the front-wheel drive luxury version of the “LH” trio.
Built in Canada, the cab-forward body was widened to help enlarge the interior, driver and passenger airbags came as standard in the Concorde, so as anti-lock all disc braking, traction control came as an option. The power of the Concorde came from only two V6 engines, one 3.3 Liter and 3.5 Liter that produced 214 horsepower and was driven by the only 4 speed automatic transmission available.
Year to year changes the Concorde got work on it’s design and in the future years in the option range, most of them becoming as standard.

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