by sebringbaby on Mar 20, 2012 Vehicle: 1998 Chrysler Sebring
I had gotten my Sebring, almost 2 years ago. After the first year, It started turning off when I was driving it back and forth to school. We took it to many mechanics and they said that they couldn't find what was wrong with it. But quite a few said it might be the fuel pump. It is a good car over all. I loved it when my parents first pulled it in the parking lot.
by joey_r on Sep 30, 2011 Vehicle: 1998 Chrysler Sebring
I've had my '98 Sebring Lxi for 3 years now. I've sunk around $2500 into it. Had to replace the upper passenger side control arm, alternator, timing belt, computer, fuel pump & lines, and both tie-rods. Cheapest tire replacement was $121 each.
I love the aggressive style of the car and the interior but all the money into it is not worth it.
by isis12 on Sep 1, 2011 Vehicle: 1998 Chrysler Sebring
My 1998 Sebring LXi had 95,000kms on it when I bought a few weeks ago and it has a V-6 2.5L engine, it also looks like new.
The exterior looks very sharp and sporty, it's fun to drive, and the interior also looks very sharp, with big buttons that are placed intelligently.
The seats in this car are very stiff and no matter how much the driver's seat is adjusted there is no comfy way to drive this car.
This car has terrible fuel economy because my sister who owns a Grand Am with a 3.1L gets less than 10L/100km in the city while my car gets 11L/100km on the highway and my car has a considerably smaller engine.
This car has already cost me $1000+ in repairs.
I would not recommend this car.
by robby on Mar 21, 2007 Vehicle: 1998 Chrysler Sebring
I bought this car 8 years ago, it was the style that attracted me. I liked the sporty look of the front cowl. I love the way it handles, the performance, the comfort. I have taken very good care of it and it has been a great car.
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