13th Generation (1988—1993) New Yorker Problems

New Yorker owners with a 1988—1993 model year have the most problems with the engine (38%), hvac (7%), and the interior (7%). We've listed some of the most recent complaints below. The full list is available on CarComplaints.com.

  1. Transmission Failure 2 complaints at an average of 390,229 miles in the 1990 Chrysler New Yorker.
  2. Leaking Oil 1 complaints at an average of 135,000 miles in the 1989 Chrysler New Yorker.
  3. Knocks and Makes Noise 1 complaints at an average of 120,000 miles in the 1993 Chrysler New Yorker.

What New Yorker Year is Most Reliable?

Generations are a good baseline for prediciting reliability, but there will almost always be year-to-year differences. We've calculated a reliability score for each model year within this generation, but we've based that score on how the model year compares to all Chrysler model years.

Watch out for the 1990 model year which has the highest PainRank™ score in this generation.

Year Complaints Recalls TSBs PainRank (?)
1993 2 3 85 0.37
1992 1 2 42 0.3
1991 1 4 42 0.25
1990 5 3 41 1.25
1989 4 0 35 1.1
1988 0 1 11 0.0

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