The 1999 Chrysler Cirrus rides a 108-inch wheelbase and is 72 inches wide and 54 inches tall. The vehicle has a length of 187 inches. The car has rack and pinion steering and independent front and rear suspension.
The 1999 Chrysler Cirrus can seat up to five people, but maximum comfort is achieved with four occupants. Chrysler’s Cirrus is shorter than both Honda’s Accord and Toyota’s Camry, but its longer wheelbase and cab forward design make it much roomier on the inside. Every seat in the car is comfortable and the backseat is roomier than most vehicles. All instruments and switches are within easy reach.
Despite the 1999 Chrysler Cirrus having ample interior space, families have shied away from purchasing this Chrysler sedan because of reported poor rear visibility and crash safety ratings. The vehicle’s high trunk and slim rear window make it difficult to see the end of the vehicle or any traffic behind the car in the rear view mirror. The driver’s views of the road and the sides of the vehicle aren’t hindered at all.
The 1999 Chrysler Cirrus is largely unchanged; however, some refinements should be noted. The vehicle’s suspension tuning has been revised for a much softer ride. The interior is much quieter now and has a new instrument cluster. Fifteen-inch chrome wheel covers come standard and can be upgraded to alloy wheels. The front of the vehicle has a new open grill with the winged Chrysler emblem featured prominently.