After a major retouch to their model line last year, Chrysler approaches 2002 with a series of more minor upgrades. Chrysler has dropped the LHS leaving only Concorde and 300M full-sized sedans. With the departure of the LHS sedan, the Chrysler Concorde gains some of the former vehicle's styling attributes such as the front grille. Inserted between the LXi and Limited trim levels, the Sebring Convertible GTC model features the vehicle's more powerful 2.7-liter V-6 engine paired with a five-speed manual transmission. The new-for-2002 GTC trim model also rides on a firmer, sport-tuned suspension. In its second year of production, the PT Cruiser's standard features list has been strengthened with the inclusion of an underseat storage bin and stereo with CD player. For 2002, all Chrysler Voyager minivans channel power through a four-speed automatic transmission. A dealer-installed rear seat entertainment system and a Voyager eC trim level are also available.