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PRICING SET FOR CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, LHS

 CHICAGO, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Chrysler Corporation (NYSE: C) today announced pricing for its all-new 1994 Chrysler New Yorker and Chrysler LHS luxury sedans. The vehicles will be available in dealer showrooms beginning in April.
 The New Yorker and LHS are positioned for two specific buyer groups. The six-passenger Chrysler New Yorker base model will be priced at $24,294 and will be targeted to meet the traditional demands of the full-size luxury market. Standard features on New Yorker include a 3.5-liter 24-valve V-6 overhead cam engine, driver- and passenger-side air bags, antilock brakes, ride-tuned suspension and solar control glass windows. Options include traction control, automatic temperature control, leather seats and illuminated entry system. The high-volume New Yorker is expected to be $25,391.
 The five-passenger LHS is a luxury-sport sedan priced at $29,046. This is a fully equipped model with leather seats, sport suspension, 16-inch spiralcast aluminum wheels, antilock brakes, traction control, automatic temperature control, overhead console, illuminated entry system, power moonroof, solar control glass windows, security system and a 3.5-liter 24-valve V-6 overhead cam engine. The only available option is a compact disc player.
 With these new vehicles, Chrysler intends to redefine the luxury car market -- offering the features, quality, refinement and performance that the 1990s luxury car buyer demands without sacrificing value, according to Steve Torok, general manager of the Chrysler-Plymouth Division.
 "We're creating a new generation of luxury sedans for a new generation of luxury car buyers," Torok added. "Both the New Yorker and LHS are prime examples of Chrysler's drive for value -- cars that are priced right in the heart of the large car market as affordable, high- value alternatives to the best Europe and Japan have to offer."
 The two new luxury sedans offer Chrysler's trademark "cab forward" architecture, which expands the amount of usable passenger space, which provides a modern, viable entry to appeal to current owners of both domestic and import products.
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 /CONTACT: Pamela Gross, 313-576-5495, or Mike Aberlich, 313-576-8097, both of Chrysler/
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