Chrysler pulled the plug on this machine too soon. This vehicle had such great possibilities with the ultra sleek exterior design, if only they would have used some of the exterior's bold new styling for the interior, as the interior utilizes cheap plastic components, a trade mark of Chrysler products. If you're a tall person, good luck in attempting to fit into this ride, head room is at an extreme minimal. I'm short, so no complaints here ! The touring suspension provides a nice smooth ride, and the car being so low to ground provides you with sports car handling around bends, etc. I really like the car though, despite interior design. I'd give it a few more ponies, re-work interior.
Ultra sleek exterior appearance and low to ground stance. Vehicle handles like a sports car, fun to drive, and rides smooth on the highway with touring suspension. Surprisingly, this vehicle still turns heads even though it's a Sebring !
For such a sleek looking vehicle, Chrysler needs to up-date interior to complement exterior design. Also, a better grade of material/s needs to be used on the inside of passenger cabin, Chrysler should shake all of the plastic and realize we're not in the 60's/ 70's anymore.
I had just purchased a 2005 Chrysler Sebring LX Coupe, exterior Brilliant Silver, interior is toupe cloth. My choice of engine was the Mitsubishi built 4 cylinder with the automatic transmission. Great exterior styling, interior is a little plain and lacking in initial quality, ride is surprisingly quiet/ smooth, and the 4 cylinder Mitsubishi engine powers this vehicle w/ V-6 like performance. Bad points to date: Front rotors were warped upon my leaving the showroom w/ this vehicle, as steering wheel and brake pedal shakes/vibrates when attempting to slow down/stop. If this remains to be the only problem that I'll experience w/ this vehicle, only then will I give Chrysler a thumbs up !
Sporty appearance, good build quality, and an excellent Mitsubishi 4 cylinder engine that delivers V-6 like performance. Ride is quiet/ smooth, and the handling manner of the vehicle has sports car qualities, w/ very little body roll if any when negotiating sharp turns/ bends. Spacious but sporty.
Interior is far too plain, needs re- designed to compliment the exterior of vehicle. And a cup holder so close to the dash is rediculous ! You can't even place a cup in it, so what's the purpose of this ? My new 1997 Sebring Coupe had warped rotors also, this one does too, QA Dept., wake-up !
This is a very stylish car inside and out, it is very roomy but material quality could have been better. Standard features did not include anti lock breaks which is a probably the worst thing aboout the car. Overall, it is a very fun car to drive. The sebring coupe is very underated. It has luxury styling with a smooth ride for a low price!
standard anti lock breaks and interior material quality
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