Units Affected 1435625 There's nonstop chit chat in the automotive world about some of the ugliest vehicles ever made, with cars such as the Pontiac Aztek and Nissan Juke often taking heat in this category. There's a strong crease in the side doors and an arcing C-pillar that descends into a stubby rear deck. The dealer was quick to respond to my inquiry. So many of my friends love my 2003 Chrysler Sebring convertible. Once I got out of the dealer and started driving the transmission still have hard shifting just like before.
All books and keys included. The taller stance improves cabin access and the driving position, and its controls are straightforward. Towed it to mechanic, he told me engine was gone. A fix in the form of an exterior and interior redesign, plus improved dynamics is nearly ready. I asked them to double check and if they warranty to me that was the only problem and I wasn't going to be faced with a lot of other charges. The Touring convertible adds the 2.
Haven't had a problem with ride or road noise since. Were the convertible designed as a traditional soft top, we daresay it'd look better. With the V6 engine, 18-inch wheels and tires are standard. A shame they do not still make this car. With top down and windows up, we were able to have conversations at normal speaking levels. I hope the '05 Sebring Convertible I picked up today has the same tendency to have few problems. Of note, too, is that only drivers enjoy a manual lumbar adjustment.
It was such a good deal I decided to risk, little did I know that I purchased a tank! I rely on my car everyday as I work in healthcare. For the transmission issue they just denied it. The most notable options available for the Sebring Convertible are the retractable hard top, 3. The bi-level bin in the front center console provides a power point, supplementing another in a covered compartment forward of the shift gate where the optional ashtray and lighter fit when ordered. And they get 23 in city, 33 on highway! In hindsight, the Boston stereo upgrade was a waste because I did not like the unadjustable crossover points for the speakers. Closer inspection reveals the convertible has only two doors versus the sedan's four. The plasticky interior is not wonderful to touch, but the controls are laid out logically.
I live in the northern plains were it gets very cold -30 and this car was like driving any other car, quiet, warm and sporty in the winter. I brought this to the dealership and manufacturer. I have owned a lot of cars and for an American car it's amazing I can put these many miles on it and never had any problems. They called me and said the car was ready so I went to pick it up. And I read all the lawsuits developing. Yes, it's primarily a mainstream, middle-of-the-road commuter, but even in their most basic forms both the sedan and convertible are enjoyable to drive.
Compared to the sedan, the convertible is less responsive at turning into sharp, fast corners. Is sad to take your car to the dealer for repair and leave with more problems than before. Introduction The Chrysler Sebring is a stylish midsize car available as either a four-door sedan or a two-door convertible. Aftermarket is the way to go. It seats four passengers, but the rear seat lacks the legroom to make it comfortable for adults to sit back there on long trips. I called roadside assistance, with a Jump the car ran fine. To assemble this comprehensive review covering the 2010 Chrysler Sebring sedan and Convertible, TheCarConnection.
Sedans have head-protecting side curtain airbags for both seating rows. Perhaps you saw our recent hard top luxury convertible and sporty roadster comparison tests, and were left salivating. The recall began on August 15, 2017. Needed a spark plug socket and 3 different sizes of ratchet extensions to get to the back 3 plugs but they were straightforward. Other Sebring owners have had the same issues and Chrysler took care of them and not with mine!?!?!? The look is better on soft top convertibles because the top looks more like a separate piece than an integrated whole. My Sebring's lines seem to me much closer to an E-Class Mercedes. We found ride quality to be generally pleasant, soaking up most bumps well.
Interim letters informing owners that parts are not available yet were mailed on October 26, 2016. Less than two hours in the front passenger seat left us painfully craving even the slightest lumbar support. The first thing to note is that for any brand, car quality is hit-or-miss. I pay child support, bills, was hard to save for a down payment. I've contacted and spoke to reps at both dealerships and Chrysler Customer Service and have been getting excuses for why my car is not being taken care of. I had always liked the Sebring when they only came in the 2 door, was excited to see that they started making the 4 door.