by guccigal34 on Sep 5, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Chrysler Sebring LX 2dr Coupe
purchased my dream car brand new in 99
and it has been a nightmare since.
break problems(too many to count),panel
probl, sensor probl,clear coat
probl,cup holders brk, seat belt
chokes, front end scrapes, etc
by Rosemarie B on Mar 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Chrysler Sebring LX 2dr Coupe
This is the worst car I have ever owned!
I am a tall person and I find the car
uncomfortable. The seatbelt chokes and
burns my neck. The scoupe broke from
being too low. I have had brake
problems,panel probs,the car is
uncomfortable for passengers taller
than 5 ft. I feel boxed in between the
roof hight and the steering wheel. Not
good for long trips. I liked it in the
beginning, but grew to dislike
it.Turning radius awful. Sorry!
by gtwacker on Jul 26, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Chrysler Sebring LX 2dr Coupe
Purchased new by my wife who liked the look
of the car. Rides well, fun to drive. Tilt wheel
doesn't tilt enough for average size man. Front
bumper way too low. Would not buy this
model of this year again for those two
by Nissan Lover1 on Jul 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Chrysler Sebring LX 2dr Coupe
First Car, very Bad Expierence.
Fuel Pump went bad at about 1,200 miles.
Brakes have been a nagging problem from
7,500 to present. Engine sensor went bad
at 8,500 Miles. Fuel Sensor went bad at
21,500 which shut the engine down when
the brakes were apllied. Now have an
ugly black tar leaking out from under
the doors due to the heat. Should have
spent 2,000 extra and went with toyota
or nissian. I learned from this mistake
but at a cost.
I have a 1999 Chrysler Sebring Convertible and over the last few weeks there have been torrential rains. Now when I drive the car, there is what sounds like a very large body of water somewhere in the...
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