This car looks great from the outside, maybe even the inside, but once you drive with it for more than a week, you begin to realize the true colors of the vehicle. The first thing that went wrong, was the heat. Then after i was told it would be over a thousand dollars to fix, the car wouldn't start half the time. And eventually cut out on me in the middle of the highway. If I were you i wouldn't buy a 95 sebring, sure its aestheticly pleasing, but the motor is a piece of crap.
I love my Sebring LXi, which at 185,000 miles has about had enough. Although there were mostly minor or moderate problems, it dropped a valve at about 160,000. I shelled out the money to get it fixed, but now there are too many things wrong with it for it to be worth getting fixed: rear bushing, hole in front exhaust, etc. The only recurring problem with this car was the wheel bearings, replaced multiple times. I loved this car and will miss it.
When this car came out in 95 it was probably the best looking American car. It's style was similar to the Lexus 300's. That's why I bought it. I always said it was a poor man's Lexus. I've had this car almost 8 years and it still looks good and has been reliable. Only tires brakes and battery. It has had an oil leak for the past 3 years. the dealer seemed to think it was the cam senser but they weren't sure so I didn't have it fixed. It's been a good car never breaking down once. The tape player did jam and I haven't bben able to get the tape out.