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2004 Chrysler Sebring

2004 Chrysler Sebring

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Best convertible I ever Owned!

by from Wisconsin, Mukwonago on September 17, 2010

Car is an eye catcher. Ride is comfy and the handling is like a sports car. Gas mileage is excellent for a large V-6 engine. It has plenty of power and all gadgets work. With top up there is good visi...
Car is an eye catcher. Ride is comfy and the handling is like a sports car. Gas mileage is excellent for a large V-6 engine. It has plenty of power and all gadgets work. With top up there is good visibility and very little engine noise. love it.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car

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Not the worst car, but not the best

by from Denver, Colorado on January 27, 2012

I wouldnt buy a chrysler sebring again. Everything was good for about 3 years (before the motor reached 100,000) then things started falling apart. The 2.7 v6 is/could be one of the worst motors ever ...
I wouldnt buy a chrysler sebring again. Everything was good for about 3 years (before the motor reached 100,000) then things started falling apart. The 2.7 v6 is/could be one of the worst motors ever made. Many machanics say so also. The water pump went out...leaving me sitting on the side of the road(it was replaced before i got the car) blower motor went bad. Tie rod ends started going bad. ac compressor started leaking. engine before it started going out...started burning oil. (known problem with 2.7's) Overall i really liked the vehicle before the failures.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does not recommend this car

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engine lag

by from lansing mi on August 5, 2011

this is a beautiful car to own. waited years to get past the sedans, wagons, vans, and then back to fun... known for coil failure (coil only available with distributor)... car will lose power on accel...
this is a beautiful car to own. waited years to get past the sedans, wagons, vans, and then back to fun... known for coil failure (coil only available with distributor)... car will lose power on acceleration when this happens. scary
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Uses car for Having fun

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Styliash yet Affordable

by from atlanta LA Az Ny Texas France S. carolina Flordia on April 10, 2009

Great Starter car for first time buyers of a new vehicle. Most drivers will out grow this within 5 years. So be prepared to up grade once you learn how to drive this car.
Great Starter car for first time buyers of a new vehicle. Most drivers will out grow this within 5 years. So be prepared to up grade once you learn how to drive this car.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Transporting family

Does recommend this car

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good car

by from on November 1, 2010

efficient and dependable....lines are nice...the two door is very sporty...gas mileage is very good...
efficient and dependable....lines are nice...the two door is very sporty...gas mileage is very good...
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Transporting family

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Great Wee Convertible!

by from Chicago, IL. on February 8, 2011

I bought my Sebring convertible in 2006 with 20,000 miles. It's now 2011 and the mileage is over 130,000. I drive this car an average of 100 miles a day. It's a great car. Mechanically, it had a prob...
I bought my Sebring convertible in 2006 with 20,000 miles. It's now 2011 and the mileage is over 130,000. I drive this car an average of 100 miles a day. It's a great car. Mechanically, it had a problem with the heater blower only working on 4 and not on the other settings. Two of my Sebring convertible owner friends also experienced this with their cars around 50,000 and the other one was at around 75,000. Mine went at 110,000 miles. Cost about $500 to get the motor replaced. The only other time it has been in the shop was for a transmission cable that broke and cost about $500 for that repair. Considering the mileage I do, it has been a wonderful car. Looks pretty and feels fun.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

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Great Car

by from Washington DC on May 3, 2011

This is a great car. I have had a Seabring for five years. I love it and recommend it to all my friends and family
This is a great car. I have had a Seabring for five years. I love it and recommend it to all my friends and family
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Purchased a used car

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great all around car

by from Burnaby, canada on January 30, 2016

bought 2004 sebring new in 05(show model ,only 69 miles on )$8500 less than new ,I STILL have it though it might be time to change soon,for a newer one ,this one has being all around reliable ,with th...
bought 2004 sebring new in 05(show model ,only 69 miles on )$8500 less than new ,I STILL have it though it might be time to change soon,for a newer one ,this one has being all around reliable ,with the usual care ,i have been van-la twice to alberta couple times up north to burns lake , all over and it just keeps going,maybe I got super lucky only down side is where the battery is located,other than that it has served me well
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good riding car

by from new bedford,mass on December 8, 2010

good overall car...........................................................................................................................................................................................
good overall car....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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It's still going & going...

by from NC, VA on November 3, 2016

I bought the 2004 Limited V6 3.0 in 2009 for $8900 with 50k miles on it. It is still a fun car to drive in 2016 with ~160-165k. My hubby drives it to work 85-100 miles per day 5 days a week. In this t...
I bought the 2004 Limited V6 3.0 in 2009 for $8900 with 50k miles on it. It is still a fun car to drive in 2016 with ~160-165k. My hubby drives it to work 85-100 miles per day 5 days a week. In this time besides basic maintenance (i.e. brakes, tires, oil), it only needed a water pump & timing belt replaced, a sensor & engine mounts around 130k, which are things still under basic maintenance for me. No signs of wearing out anytime soon. It rides just as smooth & fast as the day I bought it. It's all about how you take car of a vehicle. I had a 2001 Plymouth Neon with the same story except I bought it with 10k & drove it to 175k miles in 2011 before I sold it to a new owner who I still see driving it around 5 years later. Any vehicle that doesn't give you engine or transmission problems is a great vehicle in my book.
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