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Pros: Convertiable top operation..it is amazing!!
Cons: Would like a Hemi...with 6cyl gas milage...lolHaven't had a convrt since my teen days. Love this car great ride city and Hwy. It has the 2.7 6cyl engine. I average 23-25 city and 35 plus on the Hwy. I am constantly get coments on how nice the car looks. I miss my Dodge Magnum with a Hemi. Also a great vehicle...I love having a convert and the interior is finished to a tea and has plenty of room up front for any size person large or tall. I bought my car used in 2009 and it was about 7 months old. I have had 0 problems and it has 30,000 miles and more people should ck out Chrysler products as they make great vehicles
This is an evening auto for pleasure driving.
Pros: car design
Cons: backing upPeople love to hate & this auto gives them reason to they are green with envy. When I drive this auto I pop my buttons I'm so deliriously happy.
Pros: Its a convertiable!!
Cons: Miss my hemi...I bought my 2008 Sebring Convertiable in April 2009. It had been a rental in Southern Calfornia and was in great shape with 17,000 miles.I am very pleased with this vehicle. Handling, ride and comfort as good as the Audi's and Grand Marquis I have owned. It is a 2.7 6cyl and gets 25 mpg in the city and on long road trips 35 plus miles per gallon. Loaded with many features all standard. More people should look at Chrysler and Dodge products as they make great vehicles.
It's a Convertible
Pros: Top down fun a a reasonable cost.
Cons: Maybe bad weather; but even then , it's fun to drive, so can't think of a thing!OK; it's convertible, which automatically makes it fun. But for some reason(s) , the Sebring never gets the accolades that other convertibles get. In fact it is often just left off the list whenever convertibles are reviewed. It gets above average gas mileage with the efficient small 6 and overall doesn't bring heavy repair costs of any type with it,; all standard stuff, brakes, tires etc. wear out and can be replaced very economically. Sexy stuff like leather, power toys and satellite radio ( my add-on) are there too. So why drive a sedan? Because the back seat is small;but who cares? This is your car, not the family vehicle. Enjoy: life can be short!
Worst New Vehicle Ever
Pros: The seats.
Cons: The mileage, engine performance and the turning radius.We are so disappointed in the performance of the engine especially the mileage. We have never gotten close to the EPA rating either in town or on the highway, consistently falling at least 3 mpg lower. We have also encountered gas smells into the cabin from faulty gaskets, rough idling and a corporation that does not care. We went to the dealership four times and filed consumer complaints with Chrysler and only received minimal interest. We will never buy another Chrysler product and have told all of our friends about how disappointed we were.
Pros: Manuvers well
Cons: much smaller than my minivan in storage! LOL
Advice: It's mine!Awesome
Pros: Lots of them
Cons: Getting in the back, but no biggie.
Advice: Don't expect a sports car.Review of 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited convertible. Some reviews I’ve read seem disappointed that the Sebring vert isn’t more of a sports car. This isn’t anything wrong with the car, but with the reviewers’ expectations. If you want a sports vert, you go to a two-seater, not a four-seater. What the Sebring vert is, for my money, is an unmatched touring car. I live in Florida, so I get to drive a lot with the top down. (Plus I’ve just bought a windshield for the back, which permits driving in cooler weather. Even tho it’s for the back, it makes the front warmer in cool weather) I love the car, and my wife must like it, since she insists on driving it everywhere. But that’s okay with me, since it’s fun to either drive or ride in. I even like riding in the back on the Interstate—even before we got the supplemental windshield). The top is easy to put up or down, and when you put it down, the windows also go down. When you speed up over 10mph, the doors lock. And there are a lot of other thoughtful features. A readout in the dash gives you a lot of info, including the estimated mpg. BTW, we bought the car with 74,000 miles on it, and it still looks and drives like new. All in all, a practical convertible. PS: Other car is a 1996 Cherokee with 154,000 miles, which also looks and drives like new. (I kid you not!)