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Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 6 reviews
1998 Chrysler Cirrus Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
In 1998, Chrysler dropped the lower LX trim level from the Cirrus lineup. It would be unavailable until 2000. With just the LXi remaining, buyers could expect a higher priced entry point for the Cirrus sedan. With just one model in production, Chrysler gave the LXi a lot of attention with respect to upgrades. The new Cirrus added power windows, locks, and mirrors as standard equipment. A tilt steering wheel and seat-sensitive deactivating airbags were also included. Several new colors became available.
The Cirrus has bulked up by 200 pounds, without any significant impact on fuel economy. The mid size sedan received an EPA rating of 19/28 mpg. The standard 2.5 liter V-6 made 168 horsepower, and patiently sent the Cirrus from 0 to 60 mph in ten seconds. While the Cirrus could not be marketed as a sports sedan, the suspension was tuned rather firm for better handling and road response.
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Chrysler Cirrus Questions
I Have A 98 Chrysler Cirrus. It Has A New Battery And A New Alternater. It ...
I put on the battery charger, but it hasn't helped.
When I Get Jumpstarted My Car Will Eventually Start But Once I Shut It Off ...
tried a new altinator and switching batteries but there both old ones
Why Are Both Map Lights Stuck On?
Overhead clickable lights came on and will not turn off.
Body Part Interchangablility
My son smashed up the front end of his 1998 Cirrus. It needs a new hood, grill and other front end parts. Can anyone tell me if parts from the 1996 or 1997 Cirrus models are interchangeable with the 1...