The Sebring interior looks attractive, but lacks the high-quality fits and materials of the best Japanese and Korean yes, you read that right cars. Its 4 cylinder, double overhead camshaft naturally aspirated engine has 4 valves per cylinder and a capacity of 2. The Sebring sedan is a pleasant car to drive, but it's underpowered relative to its Japanese competition, whether you choose the four- or six-cylinder engine. Essentially, Sebrings have either an inline-four or a V-6 mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The Limited editions are nicely appointed vehicles, but look closely at the other trims to find the right match for your equipment needs and budget. Head acceleration from the roof rail hit was low. I have always wanted a convertible and this is my first.
The sedans ride nicely, though, with a bit more body movement than the current norm, as they ultimately lack the subtle refinement of the Japanese sales leaders. A roomy interior and generous standard-equipment list enhance its appeal, even if the Sebring sedan fails to stand out from the midsize crowd. Strong performance with the V-6 engine is likely to slow only in steep terrain. Both body types are reasonably roomy, with the convertible being one of just a handful of affordable four-place ragtops on the market and perhaps the most spacious of the bunch. Side airbags none Wheelbase 108 in. Interior The Sebring sedan and convertible both contain front bucket seats. Exterior Similar styling is evident on both Sebring body styles, led by an eggcrate grille.
The risk of significant injuries to other body regions is low. There was just one photo and you cannot tell the condition of the car from one view. Sporty and luxurious all in-one!!!! This drop-top has been a leading seller, with precious few true competitors. The Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Sebring were redesigned for the 2001 model year. DaimlerChrysler did not request such a test. It's quiet and comfortable, im 6'4, it has alot of room for my needs. Sebrings are available only with an automatic transmission.
Passenger — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib fractures would be possible in a crash of this severity. Sedans come in base, Touring and Limited trim. I always get compliments on my factory 16 inch chrome claded alum. The car was in bad condition. Vehicle Overview Chrysler has dropped its Sebring coupe for 2006, but retains the midsize Sebring sedan and convertible.
Sebring is a decent, midsize car line that has held on for years without a significant redesign, amid newer, exceptional competitors. Sedans have a three-place rear bench, while the convertible has a two-place rear seat that allows four-passenger capacity. This rating applies to vehicles other than the specific model and body style tested. During rebound, the dummy's head hit the roof rail. Injury measures Driver — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib fractures plus a fracture of the pelvis would be likely in a crash of this severity. Base Sebring sedans and convertibles are reasonably well equipped, with air conditioning, power windows, and cruise control as standard. Show full review Vehicle Overview Chrysler has dropped its Sebring coupe for 2006, but retains the midsize Sebring sedan and convertible.
Convertibles have a fixed rear seatback and only 11. Dodge offers a similar Stratus sedan but no convertible. This pillar is required by federal standard to provide some protection for occupants' heads. The standard four-cylinder engine is a bit feeble, so go with the V-6-engined versions. Based on a different platform than the sedan and convertible, the coupe has been retired, reflecting the shift in the market away from two-door vehicles, among other manufacturing factors. New sedan packages are available for 2006: a Leather Value Package, a Chrome Value Package, and a Protection Value Package that includes all-disc antilock brakes, low-speed traction control and side curtain-type airbags.
Wheels hold 17-inch performance tires. And while the four-speed transmissions are smooth shifting, they aren't quite up to par with a automatic. Nevertheless, resale value has taken a hit due to the domestic automakers offering incentives over the past three years. Drove it on it's first road trip to St. Wheels hold 17-inch performance tires. It sounded like a good vehicle so I told them I was on my way driving 90 miles to come see the vehicle.
Driving Impressions The Sebring convertible is easy to drive and nicely stable on the highway; it offers considerably more rear legroom than most rivals. The convertible, however, does a much better job of fulfilling its mission, aided by limited competition at its price point. We drove over 100 miles to test drive a car which we would have not considered had there been more close up photos from which the physical condition could have been gaged. The car shakes over every little ripple in the road and no one can seem to tell me what is wrong. Lots of warranty left on her.