I purchased my car on 11/22/2010. With-in a week of owning the car the brake light began to go off everytime I drove on an incline. Then a week ago the change oil light went off. According to the maintenance sticker I shoudn't have to change the oil until I reach 41,000 and the car currently has 39,900 miled on it. So with-in less than 2 months, I have to get the brake light fixed and have the oil changed. Kinda not great.
You get the best of both worlds with this car. It is a Hardtop/Convertible. While you can enjoy open air driving on the nice days, you can put the Hardtop up and enjoy the quiet and convenience of a hardtop as well. It also has the larger V6 which gives it much more power when you need it as well as the Boston Acoustics Sound System and all the other features of a Luxury Car.
The redesigned Sebring was was well received by automobile magazines when first introduced for the 2001 model year. That's one of the reasons I chose to buy one in November 2000. Now, seven years later and with103,000 miles on the odometer, I have not been disappointed. The LXi model with leather seating has always been very comfortable and easy to keep clean inside. The power moonroof has always been a delight but it can reduce headroom in this model. I've also been very pleased with the AM/FM/4-CD changer -- plenty of great sound for my tastes. Performance has been above standards -- the engine gets up and goes when I need it to and it's still quiet. Even better, I get 35mpg on the highway -- amazing, and necessary with today's gas prices. And I've never had a single problem with the transmission or engine components. Brakes seemed to wear more quickly than in my previous cars, however. The car has always reminded me of a smaller version of the old Dodge Intrepid, which always cut a nice shape in my opinon. It may not be the most modern design by 2007 standards but it still looks good (better than the present Sebring design) and drives wonderfully.