I bought this car for my wife. She had been looking at Sebrings. We have about 1500 miles on it so far and love it! It's smooth, stylish, and fun to drive. It's not an exotic sports car, but for running around in, it's a great car. We get alot of positive looks and comments. After driving both the Sebring and the Solara, there was no question which was the tighter, more responsive car. I'm suprised that there aren't more on the road because at virtually the same price point, it's clearly the better buy.
Convertible top. 6 disc CD changer. Leather, heated seats. The look of the cockpit at night is great.
Visibility through the rear window needs focus. With the rear headrests installed, there is a real issue with "blind spots" at the corners. You have to make sure the outside mirrors are set wider than most people do to keep a decent viewing radius. Obviously, with the top down this issue goes away.
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