National Geographic : 1992 Jul
Ifit had less legroom, alesser warranty, and cost thousandS more, it could be aCadillac. Logic would seem to dictate that when you pay thousands of dollars more for a car, you should get a lot more car. Apparently, in the case of the Cadillac Sedan DeVille versus the Chrysler Fifth Avenue, logic does not apply. Both cars provide ample room for six, air,conditioning, automatic transmission, automatic load leveling, stereo sound system, fully reclining seats, all as standard equipment. Both offer safety and performance. A driver's air bag is standard on the Chrysler Fifth Avenue, as is a powerful fuel,injected, 3.3,liter V,6. Anti,lock brakes are also available. Here, however, is where logic totally falls apart. The restyled Chrysler Fifth Avenue costs thousands less, yet it has more rear legroom than the largest Cadillac~ And it offers a better warranty: bumper,to, bumper protection for 5 years or 50,000 miles! So if you're looking for a great luxury car, defy logic. Pay less, get more. Chrysler Fifth Avenue. For more information, call 1,800, 4A,CHRYSLER. ADVANTAGE: CHRYSLERO A DIVISION OF CHRYSLER CORPORA TI ON • Standard equipment levels vary. Legroom comparison to Cadillac Brougham. tExcludes normal mainte- nance adjustments and certain wear items. See limited warranty at dealer. Some restrictions apply.