2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Touring 2.7

Summary:

Loved this car, would buy another if they still made them!!!

Faults:

Not a thing, other than oil changes, tires and brakes...

General Comments:

Owned this car for almost 10 years and it never let me down, never any problems, and on the freeway it would get as much as 34 MPG. Cannot say enough good things about this car... loved it, and watching the top go down was an amazing engineering feat!!!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th January, 2018

2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Limited 3.5 liter

Summary:

Not very well made

Faults:

I have the soft convertible top that has stopped functioning 4 times. The last time, Chrysler took it apart and fixed it as I was about to invoke the Lemon Law.

Car is starting to groan on turns.

Trunk mechanism has broken 2 times.

Factory installed pin striping fell off.

Various parts of car are starting to come undone.

General Comments:

With the 3.5, 235 Mercedes derived engine (from the old Daimler alliance) and the 6 speed transmission, it has nice performance.

Handling is sloppy on turns and not at all tight.

Interior is all plastic not fitting for this class of car.

It is a good value for the money.

One of the few convertibles in this price class with a soft top.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 15th June, 2009

2nd Oct 2011, 17:30

I actually prefer the soft top - IMO a convertible should look like a convertible. I've owned 6 convertibles - All were soft-tops.

As far as price - my previous $43,000 Saab had a soft-top, I wouldn't want it any other way. Hardtop convertibles take up way too much luggage space, and the tops are far too heavy IMO.

9th Mar 2015, 22:41

You wouldn't want a soft top if you lived in an urban environment. Trust me when I tell you a soft top in the city is only asking for trouble.