First released in 1995, the Chrysler Cirrus was the first to ride in anew JA platform with front wheel drive. It was Chrysler's entry to the compact/mid-size 4-door sedans class which was the formerly held by the Chrysler LeBaron.
The Chrysler Cirrus is marketed to consumers who were accustomed in buying imported vehicles. Chrysler perfected the design as it also cut it the price to arrive at the competitive market. For the 2000 models, the LX costs at $17,280 while the LXi at $20,085.
Upon first look, the Cirrus looks tall and but short that could fall in the compact sedan class. But wait until you open its doors. Inside showcases lavish design and spacious layout that could be mistaken as a mid-size sedan. Thanks to the 108-inch wheelbase and the "cab-forward" feature which gives the rear seat passengers enough leg-, shoulder-, and knee-room. There is also large cargo space inside the big trunk The interior design is amazing which features two leather-clad bucket seats up front and a bench seat in back, faux wood trim to project luxury, and a well-arranged consoles, buttons, and panels for easy access. Added to these the Cirrus has the antilock four-wheel disc brakes, remote keyless entry, and aluminum wheels. To simply say it, the Cirrus has the best interior features and space in its class.
Driving is a pleasure with the Cirrus. Powered by two engines: the 2.5-liter V6 rated at 168 hp for the LXi and 2.4-liter twin-cam four-cylinder engine for the LX, the Cirrus is extremely responsive. Both trims come with a 4-speed automatic transmission. As the best performing vehicle in its class, the Cirrus can accelerate from 0-60 in 10 seconds. The ride gives comfort and the handling provides no problem at all.
The Chrysler Cirrus is great looking, extremely reasonable price, and fully loaded with features. To maintain these good Chrysler Cirrus parts are required. This ensures that every Cirrus will achieve its great distance.