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Chrysler Sebring:Review the specs, features and pros & cons

Chrysler Sebring side view
Chrysler Sebring angular front perspective
Chrysler Sebring angular rear perspective

Overview of the Chrysler Sebring

Learn about the Chrysler Sebring

Chrysler Sebring Summary

The Chrysler Sebring is a discontinued mid-size luxury car that was sold from 1995 through 2010. Different trim options produced during this lifespan include convertibles, sedans and coupes (mechanically unrelated to the two other models). Replaced in 2011 by the Chrysler 200, the Sebring—particularly the convertible—still has its admirers. Today it is probably best-known as a common North American rental car. It was criticized for its lackluster acceleration and poor fuel economy, which fell short of rivals such as the Honda Accord. However, it is praised for its longevity, with many of them still on the road.

Pros and cons of the Chrysler Sebring

  • Three engines: 4 cyl., 2.7L V6, 3.5L V6
  • Choice of sedan or convertible
  • Spacious interior
  • Base powertrain lacks  power
  • High fuel consumption
  • Ceased production in 2010
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.

Specifications of the Chrysler Sebring

Key specifications available across all trim levels
  • Seats4
  • Doors2
  • Fuel type-
  • Transmission-
  • City consumption-
  • Highway consumption-
  • Width-
  • Length-
  • Trunk space-
  • Cargo space-
Exact values depend on trim and engine choice.

Frequently asked questions about the Chrysler Sebring