Chrysler Concorde was a full-size sedan released in 1992 for the 1993 model year. It was a successor to the Chrysler New Yorker Salon and a sibling to the Chrysler 300M. It was one of only three original Chrysler vehicles on the LH platform, with a cab forward design derived from a 1986 aerodynamic concept car called Navajo, envisioned by designer Kevin Verduyn. The car ran for two generations, until 2004, in trims ranging from LX and LXi to Limited. Chrysler 300 replaced the model afterward.
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