Chrysler Corporation created quite a stir with the successful introduction of its LH-platform cars. The breakthrough cab-forward design and head-turning style of these four-door sedans have been meeting with buyers' approval ever since. With the introduction of the 1994 Chrysler LHS, it seems that Chrysler wanted to step up the pace in the high-end sedan market. True to the image its nameplate conjures, the Chrysler LFIS is a large, spacious, utterly luxurious sedan whose sticker price includes nearly every power assist and creature comfort imaginable. In exchange for an MSRP base price that sneaks in just over $30,000-$30,283 to be exact-the Chrysler LFIS four-door sedan gives the luxury-car buyer precious few decisions to make, but a lot to appreciate. The decisions are few because practically everything that makes a luxury car just that - including an ultra-posh leather interior a power moonroof, dual air bags and virtually every power assist-are all standard equipment on the Chrysler LHS. And here's the kicker: To move all that equipment and as many as five occupants comfortably and smartly down Country Club Lane, Chrysler has incorporated a healthy 215-hp, 3.5-liter V6 that, based on our tests, gives this elegant luxury sedan one of the highest performance profiles in its class.