2004 Chrysler SebringMowgli - Baltimore, MD05/10/2011
I finally decided to purchase a Sebring Convertible after borrowing my friend's for awhile and renting one the year before. I drove my rag top from Baltimore to Tampa then meandered back home through the back roads. I discovered this vehicle was smooth, quiet, responsive, efficient and a joy to drive. The cruise control was an asset. Comfort? we slept in her for at a rest stop one night in the middle of Georgia. I was surprised by the amount of trunk space this rag top has.This car is a beauty to behold and to drive. Gas mileage is what can be expected for a saucy 6 cylinder.
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2004 Chrysler SebringSoBeIt - Milwaukee, WI04/30/2008
The look of the car is spectacular. Comfort is good. Performance could be a little better. Purchased the car used so I expected some problem. Only thing is I had to make 2 trips to service center before it got corrected. Havent had car long enough to know if car will have more mechanical breakdowns. Overall I'm satisfied with purchase.
Never buying a Sebring again!
1999 Chrysler SebringMP - Pheonix, AZ08/26/2009
I have had more problems with this car than any car I have ever owned. It has been in and out of the shop again and again. The engine is stupid, its sideways and nearly impossible to work on. There are other stupid things about the car, for instance the battery being behind the wheel well! The transmission is shady, the radiator blew up on me not long ago, and now there is some problem with a disc that wont let my transmission know when its supposed to shift. Never buy this car. EVER!
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