A classic American car made by Dodge in the late 80's to the early 90's. Defined by it's classic boxy stature and reliability, it also has been known to survive many crashes leaving the other car totaled. Based on the k-car, the chassis that brought Chrysler back from the edge of demise, it's designer is most likely dead from seeing his/her car on the road and offing
his/her self or from an average citizen stepping up to the plate to kill the person who designed such a "classic" car. The interior was lined with amazing velour and faux wood that to this day rattles as the car is driven. The interior plastics/glues have been know to give way leaving the feel of total quality and safety. The transmission on the 3.3L is known to be very troublesome, but only add value and charisma to an already amazing car. The Chrysler New Yorker was the Chrysler variant of the Dynasty. From earlier commercials it could be said that it was marketed as a luxurious European touring sedan, and that is what it is know as to this day. All around it is one of the best cars ever made on the planet earth.