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
My 98 Sebring convert has died on me countless times. I had to "upgrade" my AAA membership b/c I was using so many service calls for flat tires, dead batteries, dead fuel pump (! at 2am!), etc. But "I can't quit you" because it's such a BLAST to drive around in the summer with my sweet stereo blasting and the breeze blowing back my hair. But buyer beware - don't get addicted as I did. I think Chrysler has fixed some of the problems in later model years, but if it's a late 90s car, beware!
I bought a used 2009 Sebring base model with the 4 cylinder engine for my wife. The car is quite comfortable for her (5' 7") and is ok for me (6'1"). The telescoping steering wheel makes driving easier for me since I have the seat pushed pretty far back. The down side is that the seat is far enough back for driving but the door column is forward enough that it gets in the way of getting in and out of the car. Additionally, the seat is mounted on a platform that get's in the way of my left foot if I try to move it back toward the seat while driving. It's not a big deal but I thought I'd mention it in case you're tall and considering this car. The 4 cylinder engine is fine for most driving but it doesn't have what it needs to "get up and go" when you need a quick start. Some of the interior components seem a bit cheap but they look OK and we bought the base model for practical purposes so I accept that we won't be riding in luxury. All in all we're happy with the purchase. I'd recommend looking at the Limited or Touring editions for better interior appointments and seriously consider the 6 cylinder engine.
was given this car by my husband for my birthday ,love driving it ,beautiful car