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Used Chrysler LHS for Sale

1999 Chrysler LHS - Nice handling car.

I paid cash for my LHS, it was the best car for the price. I love the way it handles. It feels like your driving on a cloud. I needed something with a larger trunk for transporting various things and I found that in my LHS. The fuel economy is okay considering its age. My only request in a car is for it to have a cd player and it does. The motor is strong! I have had few few problem with this car considering its age, 16 years old.

I paid cash for my LHS, it was the best car for the price. I love the way it handles. It feels like your driving on a cloud. I needed something with a larger trunk for transporting various things and I found that in my LHS. The fuel economy is okay considering its age. My only request in a car is for it to have a cd player and it does. The motor is strong! I have had few few problem with this car considering its age, 16 years old.

Last winter we had a substantial amount of snow for our area and it drives wonderfully in the snow.

Last winter we had a substantial amount of snow for our area and it drives wonderfully in the snow.

The dual seat position adjustment is a nice feature. Makes it easier to move the seat for different drivers. The leather seats are surprisingly comfortable. There's enough room in the backseat for two car seats and a 3rd child. The sound system is very nice, this car has no antenna to get broken off like my last car did.

The dual seat position adjustment is a nice feature. Makes it easier to move the seat for different drivers. The leather seats are surprisingly comfortable. There's enough room in the backseat for two car seats and a 3rd child. The sound system is very nice, this car has no antenna to get broken off like my last car did.

Too many dash lights. The light behind the heat/ac display is out & very hard to change.

Too many dash lights. The light behind the heat/ac display is out & very hard to change.

2000 Chrysler LHS - A quality ride.

I was ecstatic when I purchased my Chrysler LHS. It looked like a rocket to me! The LHS has plenty of backseat space to comfortably accommodate five people. The leg room in the back is amazing. My stereo was very good quality, but over the years, the speakers have busted from listening at loud volumes on the way to work. It has held up mechanically as well. It now has 225,000 miles on it! It still drives well despite the miles I have driven. I have kept up with my routine maintenance such as oil changes and tire rotations. It has been a reliable and quality car to drive. The only problem I have begun to encounter is minor electrical malfunctions such as a flashing dashboard. This is to be expected with a seventeen-year-old car. I am pleased with the overall look of the car. It appears ... (more)

I was ecstatic when I purchased my Chrysler LHS. It looked like a rocket to me! The LHS has plenty of backseat space to comfortably accommodate five people. The leg room in the back is amazing. My stereo was very good quality, but over the years, the speakers have busted from listening at loud volumes on the way to work. It has held up mechanically as well. It now has 225,000 miles on it! It still drives well despite the miles I have driven. I have kept up with my routine maintenance such as oil changes and tire rotations. It has been a reliable and quality car to drive. The only problem I have begun to encounter is minor electrical malfunctions such as a flashing dashboard. This is to be expected with a seventeen-year-old car. I am pleased with the overall look of the car. It appears to be a luxury sedan and is a beautiful car when cleaned up! My fuel economy is average for an aging car. I've been unable to keep it in alignment lately. For some reason, even after alignment at the shop, it returns out of alignment. I'm afraid the axle and wheel well may have been damaged and the mechanics explained that wheel well issues are common with this particular make and model. Overall, the best part of this car for me is the look, comfort and reliability it has provided for me and my family for five years.

My husband was driving once and ran up on a curb. This could be the reason that it is having wheel well problems! Also, this vehicle has been used to travel new places and visit interesting people.

My husband was driving once and ran up on a curb. This could be the reason that it is having wheel well problems! Also, this vehicle has been used to travel new places and visit interesting people.

The appearance of the car, the sunroof, the leather seats, and the comfort level.

The appearance of the car, the sunroof, the leather seats, and the comfort level.

Possible wheel well and electrical problems.

Possible wheel well and electrical problems.

2001 Chrysler LHS - Expect comfort, but also replacements

This is a solid option for a family or commuter who needs to balance comfort, efficiency, and budget.

This is a solid option for a family or commuter who needs to balance comfort, efficiency, and budget.

I taught my partner to drive with this vehicle. We have some excellent memories in it, including road trips, driving lessons, and moving across state for our first post-college jobs.

I taught my partner to drive with this vehicle. We have some excellent memories in it, including road trips, driving lessons, and moving across state for our first post-college jobs.

I love the large size of this sedan, which means having more space for passengers and purchases. The sunroof is a fun touch. The heated seats are the best when it's cold outside, and the heater works as soon as the car is turned on. For being 17 years old, the interior is in excellent condition-- especially the leather seats.

I love the large size of this sedan, which means having more space for passengers and purchases. The sunroof is a fun touch. The heated seats are the best when it's cold outside, and the heater works as soon as the car is turned on. For being 17 years old, the interior is in excellent condition-- especially the leather seats.

There are a number of very important cons in this vehicle. First, the tires have started cupping over time, leading to uneven wear. Next, the front CV joints both deteriorated very quickly right at 100,000 miles. The rear transmission mount went out at 102,000 miles. The coolant tank cracked at 102,000 miles as well. The transmission and oil started to burn hot at 105,000 miles. Finally, the rear inside door handles both stopped functioning at the same time, right at 106,000 miles.

There are a number of very important cons in this vehicle. First, the tires have started cupping over time, leading to uneven wear. Next, the front CV joints both deteriorated very quickly right at 100,000 miles. The rear transmission mount went out at 102,000 miles. The coolant tank cracked at 102,000 miles as well. The transmission and oil started to burn hot at 105,000 miles. Finally, the rear inside door handles both stopped functioning at the same time, right at 106,000 miles.

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Chrysler LHS U.S Sales Figures

Annual sales figures for the LHS in the US.

The LHS replaced the Chrysler Imperial in 1993. The second generation LHS was sold from 1998 to 2001 when the model was merged with the Chrysler Concorde, and the LHS nameplate was retired and replaced by the Concorde Limited.

Related models: Chrysler 300M, and Dodge Intrepid.

 

Chrysler
LHS
20030
2002552
20018.852
200020.982
199924.307
199816.753
199730.189
199634.659
199529.677
199440.188
199322.174
19920

 

First generation, 1994-1997 model years (related models: Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision):

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC. 1993-1996 data sourced from Wards Auto Year Books by Gerard Wilson.

 

Chrysler
LHS
20030
2002552
20018.852
200020.982
199924.307
199816.753
199730.189
199634.659
199529.677
199440.188
199322.174
19920
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The Chrysler LHS was introduced in 1994, a year after the Concorde on a stretched LH body (the "LHS" name comes from LH-Stretched). The LHS was introduced alongside the latest (and last) car to utilize the New Yorker nameplate. The first generation LHS would go until the end of 1997, and the second generation would be short-lived, running from 1999 to 2001 (there would be no 1998 LHS). Where applicable, this page covers both the LHS and New Yorker except where noted.

Here's a rundown on both models:

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Chrysler LHS
Chrysler Corporation
Production 1994-1997
Class Full-Size
Body Style 4-Door Sedan
Length 207.4"
Width 74.4"
Height 55.7"
Wheelbase 113"
Weight 3500-3700 lbs
Transmission 4-Speed Automatic, FWD
Engine 3.5L (215 cid) V6
Power 214 hp
Similar Chrysler New Yorker
Platform LH

1st Generation LHS (1994-1997)

Both the LHS and New Yorker rode the same 113" wheelbase as the the Concorde, but measured 6" longer overall. Aside from the LHS having front bucket seats and the New Yorker having a 3-place bench seat, they were pretty much identical internally and externally. Standard and only engine was a 214 hp 3.5L (215 cid) V6 with a 4-speed automatic. Naturally, most power options were either standard or available, even including variable-assist power steering. The LHS and New Yorker shared the Concorde's new "cab-forward" design, and they handled and drove like the bigger Concordes that they were, which wasn't a bad thing. 1995 models added a cancel feature to their cruise control.

1996 models had a new radio antenna incorporated into the rear window and a couple of new colors, but the big news was the final cancellation (in name only) of the New Yorker model at the end of 1996, which had been in use at Chrysler since 1939, making it one of America's longest running nameplates (and certainly became one of Chrysler's most overused nameplates in the 1980s). Whether or not Chrysler did an injustice to the New Yorker name by letting it quietly die after being in use for 58 straight model years is subject to personal interpretation... but even though the name was no more, the car that held the name carried on into 1997 with no appreciable changes.

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Chrysler LHS
DaimlerChrysler
Production 1999-2001
Class Full-Size
Body Style 4-Door Sedan
Length 207.7"
Width 74.4"
Height 56"
Wheelbase 113"
Weight 3500-3700 lbs
Transmission 4-Speed Automatic, FWD
Engine 3.5L (215 cid) V6
Power 253 hp
Similar Chrysler 300M
Chrysler Concorde
Dodge Intrepid
Platform LH

2nd Generation (1999-2001)

The LH platform (Concorde, Intrepid) had been redesigned for 1998, and the 2nd generation LHS would debut a few months later as an early 1999 model to coincide with the introduction of the all-new 300M. In fact, by this time, the LHS had basically become a Concorde with a different nose. The LHS and 300M would share the same chassis and running gear, but the LHS was the more sedate of the two, as the 300M was geared more to the sport-oriented crowd with a sport-tuned suspension and tires, along with an "autostick" transmission, which permitted manually-selected gear changes using a separate shift gate. Standard and only engine was a 253 hp 3.5L (215 cid) V6 with a 4-speed automatic transmission. The LHS also had a different grille and taillights than the 300M (and was a full 10" longer), along with a little more chrome and glitz.

2000 models changed very little - chrome power window and door lock switches and a new 4-disc CD-changer became available, but that was about it. 2001 models got new steering wheels with audio controls and a 3-point safety belt for the middle rear position, along with optional side-impact airbags. An optional Luxury Group became available, featuring a California Walnut-trimmed interior, automatic adjusting outside mirrors and an overhead console-mounted Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC). 2001 turned out the be the LHS's last, as it was clearly being overshadowed by the much more popular 300M, which continued through 2004. There was no direct successor to the LHS, but in 2002, a new top of the line Concorde Limited model was introduced that had the looks of the LHS with its grille, taillights and other unique trim.

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Used Chrysler Lhs for Sale & Salvage Auction

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1996 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31380769
  • CLEAR-KS
  • Hail
  • Other
  • 138,736 mi (Exempt)
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L V6 FI OHV 24V F4
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56F5TH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31488704
  • CLEAR-GA
  • Right Front
  • Other
  • 210,774 mi (Exempt)
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G1YH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 30900116
  • SALVAGE CERTIFICATE-CA
  • Left Side
  • Collision
  • 136,616 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G5YH******

2001 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31460124
  • CLEAR-MN
  • Front End
  • Other
  • 175,117 mi (Exempt)
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G91H******

1997 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31068455
  • CLEAR-AL
  • Front End
  • Other
  • 137,279 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L 215 SOHC SMPI 24-valve
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56F3VH******

1999 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31518358
  • -
  • Unknown
  • Other
  • 185,767 mi (Exempt)
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G0XH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31479991
  • -
  • Engine Damage
  • Other
  • 171,775 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G1YH******

1999 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31415321
  • -
  • Left Side
  • Other
  • 152,505 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G8XH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31367515
  • -
  • Front & Rear
  • Other
  • 203,347 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G5YH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31347004
  • -
  • Repossession
  • Other
  • 129,747 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56GXYH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31232455
  • -
  • Unknown
  • Other
  • 136,423 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G6YH******

2001 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31216506
  • SALVAGE-OH
  • Front End
  • Collision
  • 104,601 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3AC56GX1H******

1999 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 31134513
  • -
  • Left & Right
  • Other
  • 214,134 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G7XH******

1996 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 30944680
  • -
  • Left Side
  • Other
  • 144,643 mi
  • Starts
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L V6 FI OHV 24V F4
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56F9TH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 30941610
  • BILL OF SALE-CO
  • All Over
  • Other
  • 273,116 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G9YH******

2000 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 30904471
  • -
  • Right Front
  • Other
  • 237,084 mi
  • Stationary
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G0YH******

2001 CHRYSLER LHS

  • Stock #: 30834995
  • SALVAGE-OK
  • Left Side
  • Collision
  • 107,473 mi
  • Run & Drive
  • Intact Airbags
  • Key Available
  • 3.5L MPI 24-valve V6
  • Gasoline
  • 6 Cyl
  • VIN:2C3HC56G71H******
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Chrysler LHS

Motor vehicle

The Chrysler LHS is a full-sizeluxury four-door sedan that was produced by Chrysler for the 1994 through the 2001 model years,[1] with a one-year hiatus for 1998. It replaced the Chrysler Imperial and the Chrysler New Yorker as the division's flagship model. The LHS was continued for the 2002 model year as the Concorde Limited.[2]

First generation (1994 to 1997)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Introduced in May 1993 for the 1994 model year, the Chrysler LHS was the top of the line model for the division, as well as the most expensive of the Chrysler LH platform cars.[3] All the LH-series models shared a 113.0-inch (2,870 mm) wheelbase and were developed using Chrysler's new computer drafting system.[4]

The car was differentiated from the division's New Yorker sedan by its bucket leather seats (the New Yorker had a bench seat) and standard features such as alloy wheels that were options on the New Yorker.[5] Further differences between the Chrysler LHS and its New Yorker counterpart were a floor console and shifter, five-passenger seating, lack of chrome trim, an upgraded interior, and a sportier image. From the 1996 model year on the New Yorker was dropped in favor of a six-passenger option on the LHS. The LHS received a minor face change in 1995 when the corporate-wide Pentastar emblem was replaced with the revived Chrysler brand emblem.

Standard features of the LHS included a 3.5 L EGE 24-valve 214 hp (160 kW; 217 PS) V6 engine, body-colored grille, side mirrors and trim, traction control, aluminum wheels, integrated fog lights, 8-way power-adjustable front seats, premium sound systems with amplifiers, and automatic temperature control. Unlike the New Yorker, leather seats were standard.

Annual changes[edit]

  • MY 1995: Due to complaints Chrysler received regarding poor brightness of the headlamps on 1994 models, they were redesigned for the 1995 model year and included a projector-style headlight beam, which was rather uncommon for its time. A new Chrysler medallion on the grille replaced the Pentastar.
  • MY 1996: Body-color mirrors were no longer available, as well as the optional carphone. With the withdrawal of the New Yorker, front bench seats became optional. Homelink garage door opener and a hidden antenna became standard equipment.
  • MY 1997: Transmission improvements were the primary change for 1997.
  • 1995 to 1997 Chrysler LHS

Second generation (1999 to 2001)[edit]

Motor vehicle

After a one-year hiatus, a redesigned LHS was introduced in 1998 for MY1999.[4] It featured the new winged emblem of the Chrysler division. With the introduction of the 300M and the discontinuation of the New Yorker, the second generation LHS competed with traditional large luxury sedans while the shorter and sportier 300M competed in the performance luxury market.[3] The new generation of the LHS was much more refined than its predecessor, and its 3.5 L SOHC 24-valve V6 produced 253 hp (189 kW; 257 PS) @ 6400 rpm and 255 pound force-feet (346 N⋅m) of torque @ 3950 rpm.[4]

Chrysler discontinued the LHS after 2001, replacing it with the new Concorde Limited. The Concorde's fascias, the primary exterior difference between the Concorde and LHS, were replaced with the LHS'. In essence, the LHS was rebadged as the Concorde Limited allowing Chrysler to streamline its model lineup.

  • 1999 to 2001 Chrysler LHS

  • 1999 to 2001 Chrysler LHS

  • 1999 to 2001 Chrysler LHS

Europe[edit]

The first-generation LHS was sold in Europe by special order only during 1995–1999 model years.[6] LHS was rebranded as New Yorker for the European market but retained the LHS name for the United Kingdom.[7][8]

The New Yorker featured the export taillights with amber turn signal indicators in the middle band between red brake and night lights and white reverse lights, side turn signal repeaters, headlights with different light output and bulbs, and a set of red rear fog lamps in the bumpers adjacent to the wider numberplate. The side running lights and retroreflective markers were deleted from the bumpers and front turn signal indicators.

Legacy[edit]

The first generation LHS was praised by motoring journalist Jeremy Clarkson, who is well known for criticizing American automobiles, described the LHS as "by global standards, right up there with the best."[9] The LHS nameplate was discontinued after 2002, but the design continued as the Concorde Limited.

References[edit]

  1. ^"Used Chrysler LHS Luxury Cars". intellichoice. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  2. ^"2002 Chrysler Concorde Sedan". Edmunds. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  3. ^ ab"Creating the second-generation Chrysler LHS and the Chrysler 300M". allpar. April 2014. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  4. ^ abcAnderson, Greg (January 1, 1999). "1999 Chrysler 300M and 1999 Chrysler LHS Road Test". Edmunds. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  5. ^"1993–1997 Dodge Intrepid, Eagle Vision, and Chrysler Concorde, New Yorker, and LHS". allpar. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  6. ^Donaldson, Jessica. "1999 Chrysler LHS". Concept Carz. Retrieved August 2, 2021.
  7. ^"Chrysler New Yorker 3.5i V6 24V (1996)". Autoweek NL (in Dutch). Retrieved August 2, 2021.
  8. ^"Chrysler New Yorker (1999)". Autoweek NL (in Dutch). Retrieved August 2, 2021.
  9. ^Clarkson, Jeremy (2009). Motorworld. Penguin. ISBN . Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  • Haynes Repair Manual – Chrysler LHS, Concorde, 300M, Dodge Intrepid, 1998–2004. Haynes. March 15, 2009. ISBN .

External links[edit]

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