Perhaps Chrysler's most well rounded vehicle, the 2003
Chrysler Concorde exhibits such a range of features and
attributes that there is essentially nothing lacking at
all. Proof that this mainstream, full-size sedan packs in
a whole lot of value is evidenced by the 'Best Buy' title
bestowed upon it by Consumer Guide.
Even though the 2003 Chrysler Concorde receives only a
few changes from last year's model, that is not to say that
it isn't right up there with the times. One need only remember
an oft-used saying when considering this fact: 'If it ain't
broke, don't fix it.' Nothing can sum up the Chrysler Concorde
The 2003 Chrysler Concorde is offered in three trim levels:
LX, LXi and Limited.
The four-door Concorde seats five, or six with an optional
front bench. Part of the value of the Concorde lies in its
generous distribution of standard features. On base LX models,
air conditioning, cruise control, an 8-way power driver
seat with manual lumbar adjustment, a center console, cupholders
and a convenient trunk pass-through are just some of the
basic appointments. LXi models add leather upholstery, a
CD player, a trip computer and more.
At the top of the 2003 Chrysler Concorde line is the Limited
model, which takes everything the previous two trim levels
offer and throws in heated front seats, a memory driver
seat and mirrors, an 8-way power passenger seat, heated
power mirrors and an analog clock.
The 2003 Chrysler Concorde proudly displays the Chrysler
nameplate on its distinct front grille. The sleek line of
the Concorde results in a coefficient drag of 0.308 for
better wind resistance and improved noise reduction.
Each of the three trim levels is given a separate engine,
providing customers with a varied set of power configurations
to choose from. The LX model is equipped with a 200-horsepower
2.7-liter V6 engine, while the LXi has a 3.5-liter V6 with
234 horsepower. The speed king is the Limited model, which
boasts a 3.5-liter V6 that pumps out 250 horsepower.
All Chrysler Concorde models use a 4-speed automatic transmission.
The Limited model and LXi models with a Luxury Touring Group
get traction control.
Safety and Security
Safety and security are addressed with dual front airbags,
4-wheel disc brakes and an emergency inside trunk release.
The top-line Limited adds antilock brakes (optional with
other models). Front side impact airbags are optional across
New for the 2003 Chrysler
colors: Deep Lava Red, Brilliant Black Crystal and
in-dash CD changer replaces four-disc CD change
controls added to AM/FM stereo radio with cassette
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