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Chrysler tries,but can't equal a real Mercedes
Pros: Sporty look and agility
Cons: Poor warranty coverage and serviceBetween the poor service/warranty and Chryslers' lack of support,I would have avoided this vehicle.Check the rear wheel tilt-acceptable is +/- 1.5).Mine was at 1.2(with-in tolerance:so they say) and the vehicle ate tires every 10K miles.Once a year,you will need to spend about $800 for a new set.Oil changes will tag you for $100+ and God forbid ,you have a radiator leak,you will need to replace the $146 cabin filter.If you have gobs of money to toss about frivolously,this could be your vehicle.Sound system was very good,but didn't compensate for the problems occuring after purchase.Chrsler is very good at putting off warranty work until after it has expired.Don't expect an 'olive branch' when trying to get them to cover anything-much like pulling your own teeth.
My Heritage Addition 300C
Pros: The engine performance it there when you need it !
Cons: the ride is a little rough as compared to the lincoln I used to drive.I bought it with 15 miles on it (brand new) and I have not been disappointed. The quality of this model has held up. I've only had one small issue the 4 years I've owned it.. ( a fluid leak around the transmission temp sensor) which was repaired promptly. This car (Hemi) has spoiled me and I will have to but another one at some point but so far the one is performing well.
Chrysler Sebring 4/d Sedan
Pros: The way uit holds the road.Very satisfied with this car. Had it since Dec., 2003. Still runs great. Gone 45,000 miles.
A great, dependable car
Pros: Convertable top
Cons: non auto air/heatNo repairs in 4 years, 40,000 miles. The handling is sporty and smooth
Pros: Overall excellent
Cons: gas mileagegood appearance,ride,utility
Cons: TiresLooking to buy another seabring conv.