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  • 1998 Chrysler Sebring JXi
    119,518 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,995

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX in Black
    171,207 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease

    $1,195

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Dark Blue
    24,159 miles
    No accidents, 5 Owners, Personal Use

    $7,995

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX in Silver
    67,562 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Lease

    $2,499

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX in Light Blue
    161,241 miles
    No accidents, 4 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,995

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring LXi in Black
    148,747 miles
    No accidents, 4 Owners, Rental Use

    $2,750

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX
    125,096 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Personal Use

    $4,995

  • 2001 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Dark Blue
    125,001 miles
    No accidents, 6 Owners, Personal Use

    $1,999

  • 2002 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Off White/Cream
    28,993 miles
    No accidents, 1 Owner, Personal Use

    $8,995

  • 2002 Chrysler Sebring LXi in Silver
    69,405 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use

    $6,569

  • 2002 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Silver
    89,766 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,895

  • 2002 Chrysler Sebring GTC in Silver
    133,153 miles
    Title issue, 4 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,497

  • 2003 Chrysler Sebring LXi in Red
    120,245 miles
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Personal Use

    $3,995

  • 2003 Chrysler Sebring LX in Dark Blue
    136,846 miles
    1 Accident, 1 Owner, Personal Use

    $5,000

  • 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Dark Red
    105,567 miles
    1 Accident, 4 Owners, Lease

    $2,995

  • 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited in Dark Blue
    141,867 miles
    No accidents, 3 Owners, Lease

    $4,297

    $214 Below Market
  • 2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring
    65,106 miles
    3 Accidents, 2 Owners, Rental Use

    $3,900

  • 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited
    124,662 miles
    No accidents, 2 Owners, Personal Use

    $3,995

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The looks you get.... Loving it so far *updated**
iamnatman,10/04/2014
JXi 2dr Convertible
I picked up my Jxi a few months ago for a mere $1400. The engine had 165k miles on it, but I was baffled at how well it was taken care of. This is now a 15 year old car, and I'm amazed at how many looks and compliments you get in it. I drive quite a lot, and have put a good amount of mileage on it already as it's currently @ 176k. Haven't had any major issues with it so far. As others have said, there's odd little electrical problems that pop up, but nothing too serious. The dash lights work when they want to, as do the mirror/dome light. Blower motor works on high speed only (this is an easy fix, though). The trunk lid hydraulic lifters also fail, so watch your head when you open it. Updated 4-5-2016 (Edmunds sent me an email asking for an update on this review). I do still have this car, and drive it every so often. I did run into some issues shortly after my initial review. Oil leaks were (and still are) one of my main issues. The valve cover gaskets failed, and it took the distributor/rotor/cam sensor assembly, and camshaft sensor with it. Oil seeped past the gaskets and ruined the components. I can't fault the gaskets for failing, because it can happen; especially on an older car with this many miles. What I can fault is the engineering of the engine itself, and how horrible they made it to work on. The engine bay is very cramped, and there's little room to work with. The craziest thing is having to remove the intake manifold just to access the rear 3 spark plugs. I've never seen such a crazy setup. Anyway... Getting the aforementioned parts changed out was a major pain in the rear. The valve cover gaskets were caked into the covers, and I spent hours digging them out, and trying my best not to bend the delicate covers (it's a very thin metal, and any warps in it will cause leaks). The distributor, rotor, and cam sensor are in one assembly, and it was very difficult to remove it. Also, since all three of these components are in one big chunk, it's an expensive part, and these engines are very picky about which ones you put in. You take a big risk putting a re-manufactured assembly in, and they have a high fail percentage if you do. Many Chrysler forums recommend you buy an OEM or new one. Same applies for the crankshaft sensor. Even after repairing the leaks there, I still have odd oil spots on the driveway. These cars are prone to oil leaks, and you can read around about it. Still, I'm satisfied with purchasing the car. It's been a very fun little car to take out on the weekend with the family. UPDATED: 10-18-16 (Edmunds sent me yet another email asking for an update) Currently my sebring is not doing so well. I started noticing a serious transmission fluid puddle under the car. I assumed perhaps the pan gasket was bad, and I had my mechanic friend look at it. He called me back soon after and told me to "come down and take a look at it"... never a good sign. He had it up on a lift and rotated the front wheels back and forth. Both driver and passenger axles were loose and rattling around in the differential casing, and fluid was leaking past them. He didn't fully diagnose it, but told me it was likely serious and possibly required a new transmission. Not being able to afford such a repair, I limped it back home and started tearing apart under the engine. Pulling the inspection cover off, it looked like the differential bearings went bad, caused play in the drive axles, and ruined the seals, causing the leak. I'm still in the process of fixing this, and hope to have it back up before winter. Hopefully I won't have to replace the transmission... This has turned into a massive review, but it's the culmination of two requested updates, and me wanting others to know what you might be getting into. One last thing I'm going to mention: This engine is an "interference engine" design. If you're unfamiliar with what that is, basically it means if the timing belt breaks, the engine is completely ruined. I did not know this until after I purchased the car, and I want others to know this beforehand. Every car has a timing belt, or chain. Chains are more reliable and rarely break or cause issue. Belts however, go bad and need to be changed after so many miles/years. It's another bad design, and expensive to service. Breaking it down to pros/cons: PROS: - It's a convertible... -Still a nice looking car 17 years later -If you find a loaded Sebring with the Infinity radio system, it's really good -Very spacious seating -No seriously, it's back seat leg room is more than my Buick sedan... how is that possible?? -Pretty sharp handling for a larger sized vehicle -The Auto-stick feature is fun, and gives you more control of the gears CONS: -Timing belt on an interference engine...why...seriously.... -Not the best engine design in terms of user repair. -Odd electrical bugs here and there -Cheap plastic on the doors rattle with the radio turned up
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