Chrysler New Yorker

The Chrysler New Yorker is Chrysler’s premium car. Manufactured from 1939 to 1996. After completing the Imperial brand in 1976, the New Yorker became the company’s flagship for many years. In total, 14 generations of the model were released, in each of which the car had a rich equipment. In fact, the car for the entire production history was an intermediate model between budget mass and exclusive modifications. The New Yorker body was the longest in its category.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G54

The 2.6-liter Mitsubishi 4G54 or G54B gasoline engine was produced from 1978 to 1992 and was installed on the Pajero SUV, L200 pickup truck and a number of Chrysler cars. After the end of production in Japan, the motor was assembled by Chinese companies for quite some time.

Engine Mitsubishi 6G72

The Mitsubishi 6G72 3.0-liter V6 engine was produced at the Kyoto plant and, in addition to the models of the Japanese concern, was installed on Dodge and Chrysler, and also on Hyundai as the G6AT. This power unit exists in five different versions, including turbocharged.

Engine Chrysler EGE

The Chrysler EGE 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine was produced by the company from 1992 to 1997 and was installed in many models on the LH platform, such as the Concorde, LHS, Intrepid and Vision. Only this unit had a cast-iron block, all subsequent motors in the series came with aluminum.

Engine Chrysler EGA

The Chrysler EGA 3.3-liter V6 gasoline engine was produced by the company from 1989 to 2010 and was installed on many models, including the popular Caravan, Voyager, Town & Country minivans. There was an ethanol or FlexFuel version of this unit under its own EGM index.

Engine Dodge EGH

The Dodge EGH 3.8-liter V6 gasoline engine was produced by the company from 1990 to 2011 and was installed on many popular models, including Caravan and Town & Country minivans. This power unit was highly reliable, but consumed a lot of fuel.

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