Convertible. good gas mileage 6 cyclinder easy up and down top. Power windows, locks, mirrors. Nice runner. If you get water pump or timing belt replaced, do both items, never do just one at a time. Nice sound system. :^) b
Chrysler Sebring Ratings, Reviews and Analysis
Ratings & Reviews
I bought this used with about 30,000 miles on it in 2005. Since then, I have put over 200,000 miles on it. I use the top a great deal, as we have top down weather 9 months each year. It still has the original top, but that has needed replacement for about a year now. It still is in good shape except the stitching holding in rear window in place is giving out. Other than that, the only other expense outside of normal (brake pads, tune up at 100,000, air cleaner and oil changes) maintenance, I have replaced the water pump at 100,000, the control panel for the blower motor (Did the work myself, the board was about $30,00) about 78,000 and then the normal issue with these cars on the starter fuse. Finally upgrade fuse to 30 Amp and have had no issues since about 125,000. The car now has over 250,000. Still get about 25 MPG (I live in the country and do very little city driving, mainly each trip is 15-40 miles, with only a handful of stop lights or stop signs. Oh, I forgot!! At 175,000 one of the rear supports broke. The shop that fixed it was a rip-off, as they changed all the struts before they even looked to see what the true issue was, so I have not only a new left rear strut assembly but also new struts at all four corners. I have been looking for another Sebring limited with less than 30,000 to replace this one I liked it so much.
The blind spot and the low to ground are greatest dislikes. I just like to drive it. Like