After attending the 2002 Auto Show here
in town and seeing the Sebring and
Solara convertibles on the same floor,
I realized there was not comparison.
For the same money, the Solara ragtop
was the only choice. The Sebring
seemed "flimsy" by comparison. This is
indeed a rare car. When I tell my
friends what I bought half of them have
no idea what I'm talking about.
Top design and sturdiness- no
excessivewind noise or weird vibrations
like in other convertibles.
I have no idea why heated seats are not
an option in the convertible.
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