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Chrysler New Yorker Fuel Consumption

Year Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle Consumption per year
1997 New Yorker/LHS 3.5 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1996 New Yorker/LHS 3.5 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 18 mpg 24.01 mpg 2862L
1995 New Yorker/LHS 3.5 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1994 New Yorker/LHS 3.5 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1993 New Yorker 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 20 mpg 24.01 mpg 2544L
1992 Imperial/New Yorker Fifth Avenue 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 23 mpg 2703L
1992 New Yorker 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 23 mpg 2703L
1992 Imperial/New Yorker Fifth Avenue 3.8 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 18 mpg 23 mpg 2862L
1991 New Yorker 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1991 New Yorker Fifth Avenue/Imperial 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1991 New Yorker Fifth Avenue/Imperial 3.8 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 15 mpg 18 mpg 23 mpg 2862L
1990 New Yorker 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1990 New Yorker 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1990 New Yorker Fifth Avenue/Imperial 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 18 mpg 23 mpg 2862L
1989 New Yorker 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1989 New Yorker Fifth Avenue/Imperial 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds Regular or Plus 16 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1988 New Yorker Turbo 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Premium 18 mpg 20 mpg 23 mpg 2544L
1988 New Yorker/5th Avenue 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 17 mpg 19 mpg 24.01 mpg 2703L
1987 New Yorker 2.5 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 19 mpg 21 mpg 25 mpg 2385L
1987 New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Premium 17 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1986 New Yorker 2.5 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 20 mpg 21 mpg 23 mpg 2385L
1986 New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Premium 18 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1985 New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Premium 18 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1985 New Yorker 2.6 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 19 mpg 21 mpg 2703L
1985 New Yorker 2.6 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 19 mpg 21 mpg 2703L
1985 New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Premium 17 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 20 mpg 21.99 mpg 25 mpg 2385L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 19 mpg 21 mpg 24.01 mpg 2385L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.6 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 20 mpg 21.99 mpg 2544L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 19 mpg 21.99 mpg 2703L
1984 E Class/New Yorker 2.6 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds Regular or Plus 18 mpg 19 mpg 21 mpg 2703L

If you drive Chrysler New Yorker made in 1985, it’s important to understand the fuel economy possibilities. Remember that the amount of fuel your car takes depends on how you drive. If the modification of your car is E Class/New Yorker 2.6 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds, the average city consumption must be near 18 mpg. Don’t forget about slow acceleration to lower amount of consumed patrol. On the highway the numbers will be more sufficient – 19 mpg. But you should bear in mind that the combined cycle for Chrysler New Yorker is 24.01 mpg. There is a strong connection between car age and consumption rate. Note that you should use fuel type Regular or Plus to achieve these results in consumption. For some drivers it’s necessary to understand fuel needs for a whole year. On the average basis consumption per year will be quite like 2703L.

  • It’s important for New Yorker with this engine to have 95 FPN in Premium petrol.

  • In this case your New Yorker will spend only 17 mpg in the city areas.

  • Driving outside the city on Chrysler New Yorker 1984 you get fewer rate of consumption - 21.99 mpg.

  • Be prepared to spend a lot for New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds during the year – you’ll need 2703L for average driving.

  • Thus, it highly depends on how you drive the New Yorker of the 1991 year.

  • If you like speeding on New Yorker/LHS 3.5 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds, be prepared for even less fuel economy while driving New Yorker.

  • If you use the New Yorker 2.5 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds in the city, you get reasonable price.

  • In year 1984 the E Class/New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds consumes much less petrol than other types of engines in New Yorker.

  • If you want lower petrol bills for your Chrysler, you should look at other modifications of New Yorker.

  • Providing you use Regular or Plus type of fuel, you may achieve less consumption in New Yorker 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds.

  • In 1987 year the brand Chrysler recommended to use Regular or Plus for New Yorker 2.5 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds.

  • Driving on highways on the Chrysler New Yorker won’t give you much economy – you’ll need 18 mpg.

  • If you speed at top level on the 1987 New Yorker, you’ll need 40% more petrol.

  • For your 1985 New Yorker it gives optimal working conditions.

  • It will ensure the work of engine in New Yorker 2.2 L, 4 cylinders, Automatic 3-speeds and lower costs for New Yorker.

  • The Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue/Imperial 3.3 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds is quite expensive to drive through city traffic.

  • It’s better to use Premium type of fuel for 1988 New Yorker according to the Chrysler company.

  • Of course, you may spend for New Yorker more or less depending on mileage.

Take into account that if you buy New Yorker of the 1993 year, you might not get the initial figures. You should contact the service, if there are too big numbers of fuel taken. Always check your figures of consumption for New Yorker 3.0 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 4-speeds and compare with initial data of the Chrysler.

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