This is my second Sebring convertible. I love the size and the ride. It is one of the few convertibles that is big enough for four or five people and still has good (26mpg) if not excellent gas mileage. I can put the top down in about 10sec. It is a true ladies car with a kick. My first was reliable thru the first 100,000 miles and I enjoyed every one of them, enough to buy another.
A smooth one.
2006 Chrysler Sebringcarman - OH01/31/2011
When I looked at a sebring I loved the way it looked. It is probably the smoothest convertable around because you don't hear the ratteling in the top near as much as you do in some other convertables. I would recodmend a 6 cylinder in this car just because it will have so much better performance and the 4 cylinders don't get that much more gas milage anyway. If you say you don't like the sebring then you haven't driven one yet.
DO NOT MESS WITH SUCCESS!
2006 Chrysler SebringMountainCat - Asheville,NC.08/11/2007
I just traded my 2000 jxi for a 2006 touring lease turn in. Evolutionary changes only, the car is quieter, tighter turning radius, more powerful and better gas mileage. More cupholders, steering wheel radio controls (finally) and quick down windows and top. (full size spare!!) Cheap bits: no more glove box lock, door courtesy lights dropped and fewer storage pockets. Still it's a roomy, safe, reliable and comfortable AMERICAN vehicle, that does not break the bank.
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