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Chrysler Limousine Adds Shorter Alternative

LCT Staff
Posted on September 1, 1984

Chrysler is not to be left out in the cold when the subject of downsized limousines arises; the 1985 limousine is a limited volume model providing comfortable seating, spacious interior, quiet ride and fuel efficiency.

Equipped with rear-facing jump-seats, the limousine can seat up to seven passengers, all inside a 210.8-inch package.

Features Include a front/rear divider with power center sliding glass, a rear compartment console, rear glamour light module, AM/FM stereo with cassette, dynamic noise reduction system, five-channel graphic equalizer with rear controls and front AM/FM stereo radio with digital clock.

A pillowed rear seat and rear center armrest in cloth or leather/vinyl is standard.

Built on a 131-inch wheelbase, the Chrysler limousine is powered by a Mitsubishi-built 2.6-liter engine with smooth, silent shaft counter balance feature, in addition to a three-speed automatic transmission.

Power equipment includes steering, windows, door locks, deck lid release and driver’s seat. The vehicle has a tilt steering column, speed control and electronic instrumentation.

New features for 1985 include: 500-ampere maintenance-free, low-profile heavy duty battery, new column shift knob, door panel courtesy lamps, flashing front side marker lamps, storage pockets added to front seatbacks and an illuminated entry system, independent front and rear.

 

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