In essence, this is the second L. The first rental was a 2006 Mustang convertible. I'll never buy a Chrysler again. Yes Review Date: 13th July, 2007 I drove rented a 2006 Sebring convertible with the 2. Convertibles ride a 106-inch wheelbase and measure 193. Based on this data and further analysis, we predict reliability for the latest year.
Based on a different platform than the sedan and convertible, the coupe has been retired, reflecting the shift in the market away from two-door vehicles, among other manufacturing factors. The turning radius is cumbersome, and the doors are heavy and can get away from you if you're not careful when you get out of the car. Roomy and fun to drive. New sedan packages are available for 2006: a Leather Value Package, a Chrome Value Package, and a Protection Value Package that includes all-disc antilock brakes, low-speed traction control and side curtain-type airbags. All convertibles have a power top and a glass rear window with an electric defogger. The Sebring sedan is a pleasant car to drive, but it's underpowered relative to its Japanese competition, whether you choose the four- or six-cylinder engine. It's fun and has never given one problem.
Consumer Reports subscribers reported on any serious problems they had with their vehicles during the past 12 months that they considered serious because of cost, failure, safety, or downtime, in any of the trouble spots included in the table below. I dinged 3 cars in one week, lol. The convertible, however, does a much better job of fulfilling its mission, aided by limited competition at its price point. A great car with more room than most convertibles and the rear seats are comfortable with adequate leg room. It's a definite upgrade from my previous car Geo Prism. Convertibles have a fixed rear seatback and only 11.
But cars that receive less criticism tend to have less catastrophic imperfections. I have a convertible with the 2. All convertibles have a power top and a glass rear window with an electric defogger. I don't know where to begin. Not only is the convertible's ride nearly glass-smooth, but it also remains commendably civilized when the road surface turns harsh.
Essentially, Sebrings have either an inline-four or a V-6 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. Overall, I'm very happy with this car. Exterior Similar styling is evident on both Sebring body styles, led by an eggcrate grille. Strangely, the base convertible has only 15-inch wheels and tires. Sebrings are available only with an automatic transmission. The top lowers at the push of a button, and goes up so easily too.
Exterior Similar styling is evident on both Sebring body styles, led by an eggcrate grille. It doesn't have the get up and go of a more powerful car however, it works for me. Sebring convertibles and sedans may look similar at a glance, but they have different front fascias, taillights and side body panels. I've had to replace the brakes, alternator, battery, driver side window motor, struts, ball bearings, tie rods, wheel assembly, hood release, starter and tires. A roomy interior and generous standard-equipment list enhance its appeal, even if the Sebring sedan fails to stand out from the midsize crowd. Sebring is a decent, midsize car line that has held on for years without a significant redesign, amid newer, exceptional competitors.
This drop-top has been a leading seller, with precious few true competitors. The remaining Sebrings make incremental improvements for this year,… Ah, the mercury's rising, and the days are getting longer--inevitably giving you the urge to duck out of work to soak up some sun. It handles great, sporty and reliable. I read some of the professional reviews on this car where they fussed about body flex, squeaks, etc. Bought it used in 2011, and have spent almost as much money on repairs as I paid for the vehicle.
Wheels hold 17-inch performance tires. This was a 2008 Chrysler Sebring. Has been a great car for me. Nice looking car and great factory system. Consumer Reports subscribers reported on any serious problems they had with their vehicles during the past 12 months that they considered serious because of cost, failure, safety, or downtime, in any of the trouble spots included in the table below. Sebrings are available only with an automatic transmission.
The standard four-cylinder engine is a bit feeble, so go with the V-6-engined versions. The mild-mannered yet satisfying V-6-equipped Sebring Limited sedan yields a refined experience and an excellent ride. It's a great car and fun too. Top goes up and down easily, controls are well laid out, everything works as it should. The fuel efficiency is what you'd expect. It's just a fun car. Worst thing, my dealership is giving me the run around it's regular wear and tear! In addition, the low, sporty roofline compromises access and convenience.
I actually rented two convertibles in the last year so I could decide if I really wanted one or it was a passing fancy. Sedans have a three-place rear bench, while the convertible has a two-place rear seat that allows four-passenger capacity. Sedans come in base, Touring and Limited trim. Color and Style are good. Model year 2006 Year of manufacture 2006 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2007 Engine and transmission 2. Cons: How would you improve your 2006 Chrysler Sebring? The results are presented relative to the average model that year.