I must say , I like this car, I traded in a Corvette for a Seabring Limited and am quite pleased.
Granted it doesn't have the performance but it also doesn't have the problems. The seats are very comfortable, and have no problems with the convertable top going up and down regardless of other revies say (I'm in FL and use it frequently so I got the extended warranty)
It's okay with the pickup but the smaller engine might be disappointing, then again ... how often do you need to go 100+ Mph? Granted I haven't played with the manual shifting yet (which is an option on the Limited) so I may like the performance more once I read the manual.
The interrior is trying to go with the retro look but a a low-budget, it pulls it off nicely though since grained plastic is much easier to clean than real leather. You may want to replace the radio though.
Overall it's a great car for the money, fun to drive and low maintenance. Back seat has plenty of room for adults. This is a keeper and you'll still enjoy driving it with little maintenance well after it's paid off. Not the sexiest car out there but it's worth the money. I am very happy with this car.
2009 Chrysler SebringMr. Printer - Visalia, CA10/20/2009
Seems to be an overall great car. Good styling, quality workmanship, decent performance, nice ride. This car has the bigger 6 cylinder engine, and the gas mileage is not that great, but is acceptable. It also has alot of nice electronic gadgets that just make driving easier.
2009 Chrysler SebringCuranderaC - Chicago, IL07/17/2010
This car runs great. I am pretty happy with it. The only thing is that the air pressure goes out pretty easily. I've had to add air to the tires twice in the last month, and I've had the car for 6 weeks.
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