Great reliable car
This car is safe and sturdy. We have owned it almost 10 years. We have had very little problems over the entire time. We had to get a few recalls fixed over the years, but everyone did. It has been a very consistently, reliable car.
The first crysler I ever owned. Nice car
I like the Sebring convertible it has a luxury as well as a sporty style to it. I would buy another crysler Sebring convertible a later model. It has more technology than the previous models. The first crysler I own was a 2005 Sebring convertible I wasn't interested in a crysler vehicle at first until I drove one . I would buy another crysler vehicle especially a convertible.
Great 1st car for my daughter
Great price for what I purchased with low miles and great 1st car for my daughter. It was easy shopping on this app.
Always having problems
This car is very comfortable, I like the leather seats in the special edition. This car has always caused me many problems. Would not recommend buying one.
Runs perfect never had any problems . Recent oil change and serpentine belt replaced. Maintained well
sporty and good looking converable, fun to drive. got great gas mileage on long drives ,comful on a long drive
Reliable and lasting
I have not had a single thing go wrong on this car. It is nine years old and has 107,xxx miles on it. The power from the V6 is great, the car handles well in rain and snow, it's good for both driving around town and longer cross country trips. Lots of room, convenience, and great features. Touch screen display is fantastic and media options are great.
Good for the price.
It's the first car I own. The car looks cool. I has plenty legroom at front. It is comfort during my drive.
It could handle me
Great car, drove it through all types of weather (snow, rain, humid heat), and had no issues. Keep up with the maintenance, and it will keep up with you.
My wife LOVES this car.... me too
We bought the 3.5V6 Sebring convertible. Found it on Cars.com- about 53,000 miles. This is really a great car. Seriously good value for the money. This is our 3rd one of these Chryslers. Very happy with them all. Buy one with low miles, one that has been cared for, do regular oil changes & basic maintenance, enjoy the car, and then sell it at about 150,000 miles. NOTE: Stay away from the 2.7 V6. The 4 cyl. is OK - or preferably, the 3.5 v6. It is hard to find one that is NOT the 2.7... but your diligence will be rewarded. If you opt for the updated, Chrysler 200 convertible (they are awesome, too), choose the 3.6 V6. It is aluminum, whereas the Sebring 3.5 is cast-iron. You'll be pleased either way. But this is a very luxurious, enjoyable convertible to drive- and you'll average about 25 MPG on the highway.