Leather Seats, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels, Side Airbags
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.7L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 59K Miles, Blue/Gray
I bought a 2007 Sebring Touring 5 months ago and am very pleased with it. It looks more expensive than it really is and the interior is that of a luxury brand car. My only draw backs are, it has stalled out once, 2 weeks after I bought it, but hasn't since, and the headlights seem a little weak. I have to use my brights on unlit roads. I read negative reviews regarding those who purchased the Sebring new before I bought it and my car has proved all of them wrong.
If you are looking for a low price sedan with decent gas mileage, the sebring might be it. Low maintenance and confortable ride, the sebring is the ideal car for a first time buyer, or a college kid.
Originally, I wanted a retractable hard-top BMW 3 series... But in reality, I couldn't spend that much money on a car. So the convertible Chrysler Seabring was my second choice. I've liked the Seabring for a very long time and it seems that every year, it just gets better looking. Well, the 2008 convertible is the best so far! The interior leather is sleek and stylish, the exterior dark gray color is unique and fabulous! I love driving around town with the top down... Oh, yes, when the top is down, the cover for it makes the car look very sleek. The driving performance is great, it's got some get-up-and-go and rides very smoothly. The backseat is not made for NBA players, but normal-sized adults can ride rather comfortably. Trunk size is smallish when cover protector is inside, but if you take it out during winter months, it's very large. All the bells and whistles, thoughtful engineering for the interior, and reliable Chrysler mechanics make the Seabring worth every dime! And I still have money left-over for other fun stuff!