2008 Chrysler Sebring LX 2dr Convertible (2.4L 4cyl 4A)
This car was a nice looking car but that was probably the only up side of it. It is a gas hog and when I got hit it took off the entire front of the car and the airbags did not go off. I would never get this car again.
2008 Chrysler Sebring Touring 2dr Convertible (2.7L 6cyl 4A)
2008 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible is my third Chrysler Convertible. All three purchased used. The first-engine was destroyed when timing belt broke-had to replace the engine; the 2nd-ran hot and melted the engine; replaced the car; the third (and final) purchased from CarMax in 2012- needs struts, replaced the brakes twice; windshield wipers are sporadic; design of the body-rear is so high -can't see vehicles behind me; trunk is so heavy -have difficulty closing it; rear interior so tight, grade-school children have to curl up - adults are in disbelief. The console (between front seats) is un-reachable; sun visors are cheap w/no light; 'oil change needed' is always on. No more!
Fav features- None - even the convertible top - has to have an empty trunk in order to use it.
The 2008 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible trunk (rear) is way too high - the car is 'heavy' - heavy doors - heavy hood - heavy trunk. The back seat area is so very narrow - it just is not suitable for anyone over three feet. This model came with sun visors that do not return to the not-in-use position -they simply dangle, surprisingly they have no light. The wipers have been replaced three times. I thought this to be a luxury vehicle - it is not.
I have a 2008 sedan and in the last year the transmission went out suddenly in the middle of the street without warning, the next month the starter went out and now it continuously stalls suddenly at the stop light and if I turn the corner etc. Mechanics are baffled and don't want to deal with it. Every time I fix "something" 2 months later there's another $500 problem. Like so many others have stated I need to get rid of this car A.S.A.P. By the way Dodge/Chrysler's are known for having transmission problems so think about that the next time you consider buying from them.
It LOOKS nice.
Stop making crappy cars and stand behind your products. These constant problems are not normal and in no way should your customers have to continue to pay for repairs that are result of a product issue rather than normal wear and tear.