Annual sales figures for the Chrysler Imperial in the US.
The Imperial name had been used for a stand-alone luxury brand under Chrysler from 1955-1983, and resurrected in 1989 as the name for the top-of-the-line sedan model in Chrysler’s line up. In the early 1990s, Chrysler had three versions of its full-sized sedan: the New Yorker as the base model, followed by the Fifth Avenue and the flagship Imperial. They were replaced by the Chrysler LHS in 1993.
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