2000 Chrysler Cirrus Trims and Specs

4 Dr LX Sedan
Original MSRP: $16,905
12 national listings
Air Conditioning Front air conditioning
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System Cassette · AM/FM radio
Brakes Power
Convenience Features Center Console · Cruise control · Multi-function remote: trunk release · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable
Instrumentation Clock · Tachometer
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: cloth
Tires and Rims 15 Inch Wheels · Tire type
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Rear defogger · Tinted
Price $16,905 MSRP
Body Style Sedan
Engine 2.0L 132 hp I4
Seating 5
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$16,905
Invoice$15,147

Transmission

Drivetrain FWD
4-Speed Automatic

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesOptional

Amenities

Sunroof/MoonroofOptional
Air ConditioningStandard
Leather Seats--
Power SeatsDriver: Optional
Passenger: Standard
Power WindowsOptional
Power Door LocksOptional
Navigation System--
StereoRadio, Cassette Player

Engine

2.0L 132 hp I4
Power 132 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque 129 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume16 gal
Front Legroom42.3 in
Back Legroom38.1 in
Wheelbase108 in
Length187 in
Width71.7 in
Height54.3 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume15.7 cu ft
Standard Towing Capacity1,000 lbs
Maximum Towing Capacity1,000 lbs
The LX returned as the base level in 2000, after a two year hiatus. The LX had not changed since 1997. It was still available with two engine options and the Gold Package of options, ... Read More
The LX returned as the base level in 2000, after a two year hiatus. The LX had not changed since 1997. It was still available with two engine options and the Gold Package of options, which added some of the features found in the higher level LXi. The Cirrus series of mid size sedans would be discontinued after this year, and replaced by the new Chrysler Sebring.
The LX came standard with a 2.0 liter DOHC four cylinder engine, provide the 3000 pound sedan with 129 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of of torque. The LX accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in 9.5 seconds, and reached the quarter mile in seventeen. The optional V-6 boosted horsepower to 168, but did not offer any significant performance improvements. Both engines were paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission, and all LXs were front wheel drive.
Cirrus owners expressed great dissatisfaction with the car's brakes. Those would endured over 100,000 miles reported replacing the pads and rotors three or four times. Significant brake service before 25,000 miles was not uncommon. The Cirrus could be praised for its spacious interior, especially in the back, thanks to Chrysler's cab-forward layout.
4 Dr LXi Sedan
Original MSRP: $20,910
19 national listings
Adds to 4 Dr LX Sedan:
No additional major features.
Air Conditioning Front air conditioning
Airbags Dual front airbags
Audio System Cassette · AM/FM radio
Brakes ABS: 4-wheel · Power
Comfort Features Steering wheel trim: leather
Convenience Features Center Console · Cruise control · Multi-function remote: trunk release, keyless entry · Power steering · Steering wheel: tilt-adjustable · Universal garage door opener
Driver Seat Power adjustments
Instrumentation Clock · Tachometer
Lights Exterior entry lights · Front fog lights
Mirrors Exterior mirrors: power, heated
Seats Front seat type: bucket · Upholstery: leather
Security Power door locks
Tires and Rims 15 Inch Wheels · Tire type · Wheels: alloy
Windows Front wipers: intermittent · Power windows · Rear defogger · Tinted
Price $20,910 MSRP
Body Style Sedan
Engine 2.5L 168 hp V6
Seating 5
Fuel Economy
17MPG city
25MPG highway
Drivetrain FWD

Price

MSRP$20,910
Invoice$18,578

Transmission

Drivetrain FWD
4-Speed Automatic
Fuel Economy
17MPG city
25MPG highway

Safety

Driver AirbagStandard
Passenger AirbagStandard
Front Side Airbags--
Rear Side Airbags--
Curtain Airbags--
ABS BrakesStandard

Amenities

Sunroof/MoonroofOptional
Air ConditioningStandard
Leather SeatsStandard
Power SeatsDriver: Standard
Passenger: Standard
Power WindowsStandard
Power Door LocksStandard
Navigation System--
StereoRadio, Cassette Player

Engine

2.5L 168 hp V6
Power 168 hp @ 5,800 RPM
Torque 170 lb-ft @ 4,350 RPM

Dimensions

Maximum Seating5 seats
Fuel Tank Volume16 gal
Front Legroom42.3 in
Back Legroom38.1 in
Wheelbase108 in
Length187 in
Width71.7 in
Height54.3 in

Cargo and Towing

Cargo Volume15.7 cu ft
Standard Towing Capacity1,000 lbs
Maximum Towing Capacity1,000 lbs
This was the final offering of the Chrysler Cirrus. In 2001, the mid-size sedan would be replaced by the new Sebring. The LXi trim offered a slightly more luxurious version of the Cir... Read More
This was the final offering of the Chrysler Cirrus. In 2001, the mid-size sedan would be replaced by the new Sebring. The LXi trim offered a slightly more luxurious version of the Cirrus, except in 1998 and 1999 when it was the only model available. There were no significant changes for 2000, but four new colors were added. The Cirrus continued to be one of Chrysler's best sellers, despite lackluster performance and very questionable reliability.
The LXi was powered by a 2.5 liter V-6, producing 168 horsepower. The consensus among drivers was that this was inadequate, largely due to a rather slow start off the line (0-60 mph in 9.7 seconds). According to most reviewers, a unresponsive four-speed transmission was to blame. The Cirrus weighed just 3000 pounds, and the 168 horse power supply certainly seemed adequate. The LXi was a fuel efficient car, achieving 19 mpg in city driving and 26 mpg on the highway.
The most common issue for owners was the brakes. There are numerous accounts of low mileage brake failure, and some report several replacements before 100,000 miles.