by hugolast on Aug 29, 2013 Vehicle: 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX 2dr Convertible
Worst car ever!! Had so many issues and spent so much money fixing numerous problems that the last time it broke down, I just called a towing company and let them take it for $100. A year later my newlywed daughter drove up our driveway in another Sebring Convertible! And three months later that's exactly where it is waiting to be taken to the shop for repairs. Horrible car. DO NOT buy.
by hilma on Jan 24, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX 2dr Convertible
This car has done great mileage for me. I drive it in the city. I get 20- 23mpg. I'm on my second battery and second set of tires. It has been in the shop only once with something more major -- the starter went and I decided to replace the water pump just in in case. This happens at 85,000 miles. Recently, it has developed a water leak and the AC blower is only working on high, but I'm fixing to trade it, anyways. Otherwise, it hasn't had any problems in 8 years!
by Ironmike on Sep 10, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX 2dr Convertible
One of the three most enjoyable cars I've had in over 40 years of driving. Looks great. Bought it with about 50,000 miles and now have about 145,000. Has been very reliable. Fun to drive. The only improvement I would make is more comfortable cushions on the front seats. I'm looking for a newer one with low miles.
by cheyenne447 on Apr 25, 2006 Vehicle: 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX 2dr Convertible
I had a few bugs that had to be worked out when I first bought the car. Thank goodness it was under warranty. I have had numerous problems with the rear defroster...the wire connectors keep coming undone. The top leaks, but the car is six years old now. I also had a problem with the transmission at 16,000 miles, but it was fixed quickly under warranty. All in all...you can't find a better convertible for the price.
by PLumma on Apr 7, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX 2dr Convertible
I have been looking for a convertible
for a couple of years now... I'm no
fast buyer. After alot of research I
found the Sebring to be the best
overall value taking into
consideration purchase price, fuel
costs, and INSURANCE. It is much
cheaper than a mustang. So do your
homework like I did and Run don't walk
to get your sebring.
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