The first generation of the Chrysler New Yorker was launched in 1983, and incorporated all the best features of the modern car. It was marketed as an efficient, affordable, front-drive family sedan. Like the previous models, the New Yorker came in a single trim level and had many options, but it did not sell well and was discontinued at the end of the model year. For the 1985 model year, the car was upgraded with a new interior and ext decor.
The 1984 Chrysler New Yorker was an upscale front drive family sedan. It offered a mix of electronics and engineering features, while providing plenty of interior space. The E Class offered seating for up to six people, with front-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive. It also received a redesign for the 1986 model year. Inside, the New Yorker’s interior and exterior were more elegant than the previous generation.