2003 Chrysler Sebring LXi FFV 2dr Convertible (2.7L 6cyl 4A)
I have been close to 100% satisfied
with my Sebring conv. True: It's not
quite at Audi or BMW levels when it
comes to interior plastics, but if it
had cost $15000 more, it probably
would have. It is very rigid (a
pleasure to drive over diagonal RR-
crossings !) Engine is happy to do
what you ask it to, excellent.
Transmission adjusts itself to shift a
bit on the slow side, but that's most
likely due to my agerage driving style
(bumper to bumper traffic). I have had
a couple of minor problems, one power
window went bad after the car was rust-
proofed (by the dealer). Not their
fault really, and handled without
discussion. Highly recommened.
True 4-passenger convertible - two
adults sit comfortably in the rear.
Suspension set-up balace
Automatic climate control (The heating
controls look cheap, too)
More logical seat latch knobs
Give shifter more solid feel
205 tires look a bit skinny
Radio should have RDS as standard
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