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Chrysler Cirrus
Chrysler
Production 1995-2000
Class Compact
Body Style 4-Door Sedan
Length 186"
Width 71.7"
Height 54.3"
Wheelbase 108"
Weight 2900 - 3100 lb
Transmissions 4-Speed Automatic, FWD
Engines 2.4L (148 cid) I4 (1996-1997)
2.5L (152 cid) V6 (1995-2000)
Power 150-168 hp
Similar Dodge Stratus
Plymouth Breeze
Platform JA

The Chrysler Cirrus was an upscale twin to the Dodge Stratus and Plymouth Breeze (known as the "cloud cars"), produced between 1995-2000. The Cirrus supplanted the LeBaron sedan and was replaced by an all-new Sebring sedan for 2001.

See the Dodge Stratus entry for more information about the Chrysler Cirrus.

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