Yeah, cuz the sec gen motors dont have punch and the interiors are just SOOOO plain *rolls eyes*Chrysler needs engines with more punch and interiors that stand out. Some think that the next generation of Chrysler family sedans (due in the 2004 model year) will go back to rear-wheel drive. Perhaps by being different, Chrysler can carve out a chunk of the market. Right now it is taking a terrible sales beating. Frankly I don't know why Chrysler's big sedans sell as poorly as they do.
The backend of the 2G LHS has curves more similiar to the Concorde than does the 300M. I always thought that if a Concorde and a 300M were to mate, you'd get a LHS.Originally posted by LHSer:
Oh, and the LHS was similar to the Concorde only in the 1st generation. In 2G the LHS and the 300M are twins, seperate from the 'Corde which is an Intrepid cousin.
Im in the same boat as you! ...beings as im only 18 (19 by the time i trade-in) so when i get my second gen i wont be able to afford insurance on anything but the 2.7LOriginally posted by 00ChryslerIntrepid:
Hey MoparHead, don't be dissin' my 2.7L Intrepid! Just because some of us cannot afford the insurance on the Intrepid R/T doesn't relegate the 2.7L Intrepid down to the status of simply a "decent" car.