The Chrysler Concorde debuted in 1993 as the full-size sedan cousin of the LHS and New Yorker. It was a mid-market trim level of the Chrysler Corporation's LH platform sedan, being positioned higher than the Eagle Vision, Dodge Intrepid, and Chrysler 300, but lower than the Chrysler LHS New Yorker. Initial reception was positive, mostly because it packed a lot of features into one low sticker price. Changes to the engine, suspension, interior options, and exterior styling would follow year after year, and the Concorde became a viable competitor to the Impala or Crown Victoria. Chrysler kept production costs low for its full-size sedans by using many of the same Chrysler Concorde parts on other vehicles, except for some of the exterior sheet metal. Fun fact: in 2002, the Chrysler Concorde Limited Pro-Am Edition came equipped with leather upholstery, a leather & suede Chrysler golf bag that contained a set of Taylor Made irons.