Used Chrysler Sebring Touring For Sale In Atlanta, GA

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Customer Review Summary for Chrysler Sebring

(261 Reviews)

2004 Sebring Convertible

2004 Chrysler Sebring jamhei - Tinley Park, IL 09/23/2009

As one of the nicest looking convertibles out there, the 2004 Sebring is as fun to drive as it is to look at. The 2.7L V-6 and auto transmission work well together. Power is very good but not overwhelming. They stay pretty flat in cornering yet have a nice comfortable ride, even with the base suspension. All features are easy to use. The rear seat room is very good and the truck space is good even with the top down.

Sebring Convertable

2004 Chrysler Sebring Torch - - Northern Virginia 01/14/2008

There are a few negatives about this car, but I truly love driving it. For the excessive horseposer, it is not that zippy. I think it is because it is a very heavy (and stable) car. The horsepower does give it a very smooth ride. There are no cute technical gagets (GPS, i-Pod player, etc.). It also probably rides a bit rougher than some cars in that class. That said, it hugs the road like mad, has a great deal of space for driver and passengers alike, gives you lots of trunk space for a convertable, and has a top that goes up and down with a push of a button at the same speed as the windows. The airflow is fantastic. You can hear passengers and music easily while crusing. You can even ride the car at 50 MPH in the pouring rain with the top down and only get the tops of the back seats a bit wet. (Don't ask how I know...) I owned a 1999 mode of the same car and put 160K on it. When it became too costly to fix, I bought the very same model a few years newer. I just love the car!

2001 Sebring Convertable

2001 Chrysler Sebring Bill - Sacramento 07/03/2008

I have tried most of the convertables out there, and I like my 2001 Sebring the best. I could have purchased a newer one, but I like the looks of the redesigned 2001 better than any other year. We took it on a cross country trip this past spring with the top down most of the way. The ride and interior comfort were very impressive. The dash is laid out intuitively and logically. There is ample head room, and passangers in the back seat have more room than most convertibles I've driven. I couldn't be more pleased.

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