1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi

1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi

Technical specifications of Chrysler Conquest 1989

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Item location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Make: Chrysler
Model: Conquest
SubModel: Conquest TSi
Type: Coupe
Trim: TSi
Year: 1989
Mileage: 120,540
VIN: JJ3CC54N5KZ054110
Color: Bright Blue
Engine size: 2.6L Turbocharged I4
Number of cylinders: 4
Transmission: Five-speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black leather
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi Description

1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi

Final year for the widebody Conquest in the United States, with just 1,961 copies made 2.6L turbocharged, intercooled SOHC 12-valve inline four-cylinder engine with sequential fuel injection and dual, counter-rotating balance shafts (code G54B) Five-speed manual transmission Rear-wheel drive Bright Blue exterior (code T87 or PB5) Black leather interior Air-conditioning, cruise control, power steering, tilt steering column, power four-wheel disc brakes with ABS in the rear, power windows, power and heated mirrors and power antenna Tinted rear and rear side glass, rear window wiper, washer and defroster and fog lights Active shoulder belts

One of the more overlooked Japanese sport coupe from the late 1980s has arrived at MotoeXotica Classic Cars. We proudly present this 1989 Chrysler Conquest. This example was made in Mitsubishi’s Nagoya Plant in Japan in March 1989, what would be the Conquest’s final model year in North America.

Finished in Bright Blue (code T87 or PB5), the car’s paint and trim are in overall great condition but there are some minor blemishes on close inspection. The car’s windows are clear and in overall great order however, the rear hatchback and rear sideview glass is tinted. The car’s lights are clear and intact, including the factory foglights.

Overall, the car’s bodywork is straight and solid, its cargo area is in very good condition and the car’s integrated bumpers fit well to the body. This sports coupe rolls on General G-Max AS-03 rubber, size 205/55ZR16 in front and 225/50ZR16 in rear. Each tire surrounds a factory five-spoke alloy wheel complete with body color accents. The tires and wheels look very good. The car has a MacPherson strut front suspension with an independent rear suspension.

Under the hood is Mitsubishi’s 2.6L SOHC, 12-valve four-cylinder with sequential fuel injection and dual, counter-rotating balance shafts (code G54B). In addition, the engine is turbocharged and intercooled, courtesy of a TD05-12A MHI blower from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Backing this engine is a five-speed manual transmission. Driver convenience features include air-conditioning but currently inoperable, cruise control, power steering, tilt steering column, power four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock in the rear, power windows and power, heated mirrors. The thermostatic air-conditioner measured temperature at the ceiling and the floor, with a photosensor to compensate for sunlight.

Inside, the black leather interior is in overall very good order. The five-way adjustable front buckets, with their thigh bolsters, and the rear bench seats are in very good order while the matching carpet is in similar condition. The headliner is also in above average shape, as is the four-spoke steering wheel. The dashboard and inner door panel are also in very good shape. The center console and shifter look good. Ahead of the shifter are aftermarket voltmeter, oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges. Completing the interior is a Kenwood AM/FM stereo with CD player.

It was marketed in North America by Mitsubishi as the Starion from 1983 until 1989 and by Chrysler as the Conquest under both the Dodge and Plymouth names from 1984 to 1986 and under the Chrysler name from 1987 until 1989.

Toward the end of the models US run a widebody could be bought with a “Sports Handling Package” or SHP. This included adjustable front and rear struts and one-inch wider wheels (up from 16 x 7 to 8” front and 16 x 8 to 9” rear). The SHP was only offered during the ’88 and ’89 model years. The package can be retro fitted to earlier pre-widebody cars.

Competition to this Chrysler in 1989 included Chevrolet’s Camaro, Ford’s Mustang, Honda’s Prelude, Isuzu’s Impulse, Mazda’s RX-7, Mitsubishi’s Starion, Nissan’s 300ZX Turbo and Toyota’s Supra.

Fans of 1980s Japanese sport coupes, those looking to get in on the ground floor of collectible cars or those seeking something modern yet different should stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this Conquest.

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 120,540 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

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