The base price of the test car was $22,385. Options included leather interior, anti-lock brakes, traction control, side airbags, automatic transmission, AutoStick, power sunroof, front reading lamps, 17-inch wheels and AM/FM cassette and CD player. The sticker price, including freight, was $27,915. Wa ranty
Three years or 36,000 miles. Point: The Sebring is a four-passenger coupe, not a sports car, and as such it appeals to mature drivers. The 2003 restyle creates a sophisticated look, while the interior is more comfortable than before. Counterpoint: Compared to cars such as the Mustang GT and the Mitsubishi Eclipse, the Sebring comes up a bit short on power. The single cupholder at the front of the center console doesnÕt hold large cups. SPECIFICATIONS:
Engine: 3.0-liter, 200-hp V-6
Transmission: AutoStick Front-wheel drive
Wheelbase: 103.7 inches
Curb weight: 3,276 lbs.
Base price: $22,385
As driven: $27,915
Mpg rating: 20 city, 27 hwy.