chrysler sebring/ has been a great car/194,000 miles and going strong.
written on 02-20-2013
Just wanted to say, i own a 2003 chrysler sebring, it still looks great, and runs great, of course ive had to do
work on it, but what car 10 years old ,would you not? It is a good looking car and has 194,000 miles on it. Some people don't beleive it ,because it looks so good. this has been an exceptionally good car and still is. The only complaint i have with this car is the dash cracking!
This is my first car. I was looking for a Chrysler or a Dodge car, full or mid size (wouldn't consider a Neon..).(Yes I know its a Mitsubishi) I had looked at Concorde, Intrepid, 300M, Sebring Sedan and a couple of the coupes. I ultimately settled on the coupe. The 2.5G is the best looking IMHO. Modern, and cleaner looking than before. The 3.0 Mitsubishi engine and the AUTO are excellent! The interior is comfortable, the Infinity stereo is awesome! But the dash, they are known for warping in the defrost area. but for the price and the mileage on the car, it was a steal! Beware that 91 octane fuel is recommended! other wise I love my Sebring!
I have been pleased with the car, but
there are a couple of buggy things about
it. My car doors lock on their own
after I leave the vehicle and the
dealership said it can't be
reprogrammed. So everytime I need to
get in my car in my garage I have to
unlock the doors again.
I also had to have a new instrument
cluster installed because the tachometer
was working sporadically. The dealer
couldn't set my mileage on the new
odometer, so now I have miles on the
odometer with the REAL miles on a
sticker on the inside driver's door.
Other than that, I have been pleased
with the car and it really is a head turner.
We bought this car 4 years old and I believe it still drives like it did when the first buyer bought it. It is fun and stylish. It gives the feel of a sports car without the price tag or insurance boost. Whoever designed this car needs a raise! This car is for someone who loves driving. You would have to be able to get up and down easily and not have to get to the back seat very often.