1996 Chrysler Concorde Overview


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4 Dr LX Sedan
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4 Dr LXi Sedan
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3.45 stars

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I Love This Car! But We Wish The Radio Still Worked! by Kevinsawesome
 — Always been a nice reliable family car! Its comfortable, pretty good on gas mileage, since we bought it two years ago we haven't had any major issues.. the best part is the built in car seat in the ba... Read More
Feels Like We Are In Concorde Plain by Girish
 — very nice car with great comfort Read More
Just Buy It, You Will Not Regret It. Worth Every Penny. by Vlad
 — I love about his car that is reliable, I traveled from Florida to Virginia and during that whole 16 hour drive it run an smooth as always. Considering all the parts that I have replaced, this car wi... Read More

1996 Chrysler Concorde Overview

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1996 Chrysler Concorde

In 1996, both variations of the Chrysler Concorde were revised.  Improved nighttime visibility headlights and extra interior noise insulation were added, and the exterior received a mild facelift.  Wheel size was also increased to 16 inches on the base LX.
The LX trim was priced lower than the LXi, but the primary different between the two was the road manners.  The LXi delivered a softer ride, while LX was tuned more for responsiveness.  The LX used a smaller V-6: 3.3 liters verses the LXi's 3.5.  The smaller power plant provide the LX with 161 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque.  The Concorde moved through the speed range considerably quickly for a larger car, accelerating from 0 to 60 in 8 seconds and completing a quarter mile in 16.  The sedan was  only available with front wheel drive and a four-speed automatic transmission.
The Concorde is most often praised for its spacious interior  and relatively efficient fuel consumption.  These two features are difficult to achieve in one car, but Chrysler's cab forward layout allowed for maximum cabin room without adding to the overall bulk of the car.  At just 3330 pounds, the 17 foot Concorde achieved the same interior space as cars weighing over 4000 pounds.


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My 1996 Chrysler Concorde Stalls On Me.

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Fuse Keeps Blowing

the cigarette lighter fuse keeps blowing. It is the fuse for the horn, horn relay, lighter, and radio amplifier. There is an aftermarket radio in the car. I took the dash apart and checked all th...

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Headlights Only Work On High Beam

So my cars headlights only work if the high beams are on. There is only one bulb in the headlight so i know it is not blown and the fuse isn't blown either. What cold be causing this?

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