Featuring a four-vehicle line-up for 1998, Chrysler provides an upscale expression of American motoring. Based on the popular LH-platform, the front-wheel drive Chrysler Concorde full-sized sedan receives a major styling facelift inside and outside. Longer in overall than the previous version of the sedan, the 1998 Concorde also enhanced by new V-6 engines. There is no Chrysler LHS model for the 1998 model year. Adding optional all-wheel drive and traction control for 1997, the Chrysler Town & Country gains refreshed front end styling and a more powerful 3.8-liter V-6 engine for 1998. While the Chrysler Sebring convertible receives an all-new Limited trim level, the 1998 Chrysler Cirrus sedan drops its four-cylinder engine choice.