1999 Chrysler Sebring Convertible LX 2.5 Mitsubishi from North America
Stalling - however crank sensor replaced and corrected problem. Brakes are funny - sloshing in the rear quarter, but had the dealer drill a hole underneath the quarter and now it's fine.
Body slightly contorts, and rattles above the windshield where the top seals when going over bumps or tracks. Have spent about $6,500.00 on it so far, and that includes the new top.
The 2.5 Mitsubishi engine is an awesome little powerhouse, and I have a hard time NOT scratching every time I take off from a light!
NOTE: If battery gets low, the car will do all sorts of weird things (like dummy lights going off and on, and headlights flickering). Ask me if you need to know before you waste $$$ just to find it was a $90.00 fix! As you can see from what I spent... I can tell you a few things! ;)
Do I regret buying this car? NO. I would give her up ONLY for the 2011 Camaro Convertible!
I have no regrets about buying this car. However, there was no maintenance performed by previous owner, and it was costly to catch all of that up.
What I am actually here for is to find decent wheels. The ones I have are warped and I want the 12 spoke, 16 or 17" (alloy or aluminum) ones. I am being told that the wheels I want won't fit yet I have seen that they came as an option for 1999.
I have been a Camaro buff for over 20 years and wheel swapping between year models and "sister" (Firebird) models was never a problem. I am wondering if my Bree is from another planet? Or maybe I have only spoken to morons? The dealer says my car shows to interchange all the way up to 2009, so I have no idea what to do! Buying wheels was never so stressful!
I am a female and I have noticed that men tend to take me for an idiot when it comes to cars... at least til they allow me to speak.. LoL Common sense tells me that a set of 16" wheels off a 2001 should pop right on. Am I correct or do I own an oddball? email@example.com Please... help me get my wheels! ;;)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th February, 2009