Torsion Quiet Ride, Comfort As You Drive: The 1975 Chrysler New Yorker Is The Talk Of The Town!

Now that the '75 New Yorker is quite the collector's car, with original examples changing hands for upwards of several dozen dollars, we can understand why Jack Jones was so appreciative of the deep-tufted velour interior and 230-horse 440 under the hood. But that sticker price of $6,611 was more than a grand more than the Cordoba's- talk about car buying dilemmas! And check out the bit right before the ad- Game 7 of the 1975 World Series!



OK everyone, a fun fact. The 1975 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham is really a continuation of the 1974 Chrysler Imperial. Chrysler discontinued the Imperial Name Plate, but with all the money they spent on unique items for this car (The Grill, and hidden headlamps, the rear fascia, and the individual interior components that were suppose to be Imperial only) they decided to have an upper New Yorker model, and decrease the price (If I remember correctly, I think it was around $2,000 compared with the Imperial the year before).