2003 Chrysler Sebring Convertible LX 2.7L 6 cylinder from North America
In my experience, this is a very good car. The best value for the money
Not many issues with this car, except once when I had to replace the head gasket.
The car is very comfortable and spacious.
It feels luxurious with its leather automatic seats, 6 CD changer and everything power.
I like to drive it with the convertible down when sunny; a lot of fun.
It gets 26 MPG in the city, which is pretty good.
With its 6 cylinder engine, it is very fast.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st May, 2013
I would have to agree with you. I own a 2001 Sebring LXi Convertible, and it has been one of the most enjoyable vehicles I ever owned.
Chrysler certainly got the styling dead-on right on this generation of Sebring convertibles. They may have borrowed a few styling cues from Jaguar, but this Chrysler has classic styling in its own right. I still like to just stand in the yard & look at it, with its absolutely timeless & drop-dead gorgeous styling. Its still brilliant & shiny black paint, black top, gorgeous taupe interior & the knock-out alloy wheels. After almost 13 years, it still looks nearly new and drives like an absolute dream.
Of all of the convertibles that I have owned, this one does everything well - smooth quiet ride, fantastic stereo system, good handling, great gasoline mileage with plenty of power from the silky smooth 2.7 liter V6 coupled to a buttery smooth shifting 4 speed automatic transmission, and it also has plenty of room - even the trunk is quite large. For those who make jokes about Sebrings being the ultimate 'rental-fleet car' or putting down Chrysler's quality, it is apparent that these people never drove a Sebring convertible, let alone owned one.
Continue to enjoy your Sebring. I hope to enjoy mine for many, many years to come.