1994 Chrysler LHS
Built in Canada, the front-drive Concorde sedan was the luxury version of Chryslers LH trio (which also includes Dodge Intrepid and Eagle... Read More
Built in Canada, the front-drive Concorde sedan was the luxury version of Chryslers LH trio (which also includes Dodge Intrepid and Eagle Vision). The cab-forward body rode a rather long 113-inch wheelbase, which helped enlarge the interior. Driver- and passenger-side airbags were standard. So was antilock all-disc braking. Traction control has been an option, as has a child safety seat that folds out from the middle of the rear bench. Power comes from either an overhead-valve 3.3-liter V6 or overhead-cam 3.5-liter V6. The only transmission is a 4-speed automatic. Minimize
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16 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Oct 17, 2006
The old gray mare, she ain't what she used to be, but she still kicks!
Pros: Great engine, nimble handling, comfortable. Best human factors engineering I've ever experienced in a car.
Cons: Weak headlights, A/C issues, ethanol vapor locks in summer, hood release, tri-tone paint expensive!
I greatly appreciate this car--it has served faithfully for over a decade. If buying used, always have a trusted mechanic thoroughly check the vehicle! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 22, 2001
Even though it's had problems, I still love it.
Pros: Spacious, decent miles per gallon, quick, luxurious
Cons: Quite a few repairs and recalls!
This car has a nice ride, is roomy, and comfortable. Mine has had it's share of problems, but I would still recommend it... it is worth the money. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 13, 2001
Pros: Nice sporty drive, good pickup for the size of the vehicle. Corners and handles great.
Cons: Brakes seem to go quite often.
Handles great. Good MPG for a full size car. Strong and reliable engine. Safe vehicle. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 28, 2002
1994 LHS , Love mine.
Pros: 214hp, Big, Luxurious, Sporty, Individual Style.
Cons: None. Buying it used, I knew I would have some parts fail before 100,000 miles.
If you like the looks of the 1994 LHS, drive it to appreciate what Chrysler accomplished with this automobile when it was produced. Responsive, stylish. Go find some curves. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 22, 1999
Surprise, it's a Chrysler!!
Pros: fun to drive, gobs and gobs of room
Cons: not much in the aftermarket for more zoom. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 21, 1999
Redesigned LHS turns heads
Pros: unique styling, roomy interior, surprisingly good mileage,
Cons: expensive repairs Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 16, 2008
i have a 14 year old car and i love it
Pros: Looks great. Rides great.Great sound system. Low maintenance. Great on gas
Cons: Sometime when it rains real hard, water leaks through sunroof. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 23, 2003
Nice car if you can afford it
Pros: Comfortable with plenty of room
Cons: Has it's fair share of repairs
If you don't mind spending money on the repairs it is a nice safe and comfortable car with a nice style to it. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 9, 2003
Good Looking Car...A lot of problems
Pros: nice sized, rides smooth, looks great
Cons: transmission problems, ground wire problems, tie rod problems and a/c problems
If you are thinking about buying this type of car..look up the history, maybe that will change your mind Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 26, 2000
Be prepared to visit your mechanic!
Pros: Comfort and stylish
Cons: Many Recalls Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 12, 2000
1994 a year for lemons?
Pros: Good looks, good price.
Cons: Mechanical problems Read More at Epinions.com