Performance seems good overall for the 2001 Chrysler Concorde. Both model options offer high-powered, six-cylinder engines. Whether you choose the 2.7-liter or the 3.2-liter engine, acceleration is good no matter what. The 2001 Concorde also feels very agile, and it maneuvers quite nicely. Roughly speaking, the Chrysler Concorde usually beats out the Chrysler Sebring, but it does not outperform the Chrysler LHS or the 300M.
The 2001 Chrysler Concorde includes dual front airbags, electronic brake force distribution, and child safety seat anchors as standard safety equipment. Side curtain airbags and traction control remain available as optional features.
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