2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Limited 3.5 liter
Not very well made
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.
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.