1998 Chrysler Sebring Convertible Limited 6 cylinder from North America
Other than the expected things for up-keep, there have been only a few problems. The first was the driver side, rear power window would only close half way. Needed a new window motor.
I took the car in for a 100,000 mile check up because of a ticking noise coming from the engine. The cam shaft had a crack in it and needed replacement. $2,750.00 parts and labor. This was my most expensive repair.
The leather interior has held up very well and after all these years, and looks pretty much like new.
The convertible roof stitching is rotting out in a number of places, though there is no internal water leaking, so far. We plan to keep the car so I will be replacing it soon.
If I could get a newer convertible, 6 cyl, Sebring to give me the same good, dependable service this one has, I would buy it in a second. The gold body and tan soft top is a head turner. It is one sharp looking car, even at 10 years old!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th April, 2009