Best car ever designed
Battery cable kept coming loose and causing power failures. This meant my lights went out and radio stopped working, and my engine frequently lost all power and died.. even in fast lane traffic.
My CD/Cassette combo is worthless and had to be replaced due to constant problems. All of the CD player controls would work for a while, then not work, then work again.
I love this car! It had its share of problems, but then again it is eight years old. It never had problems with the previous owner, but age appears to be catching up with the stock parts. The cables no longer hold on to the battery, and come loose frequently. This causes sudden power loss, sometimes in very bad spots.
The car handles well, has great acceleration for an automatic, and purrs like a kitten.
She's fast, comfortable, beautiful and very stylish. The car's paint is in near perfect condition, the engine is almost like new due to constant treatments and cleaning of parts, plus the relatively low mileage on it.
This is the kind of car you just want to play with as soon as you get it. Old or not, you want to abuse it! Hugging corners at racing speeds, peeling out and putting that V6 through its paces is fun, if risky. If you take care of this car, it'll do the same right back, and though I do play a lot, I take good care of the parts. If something even sounds wrong, I get it fixed up and the car's like new again.
The only real problem is the factory installed CD/Tape combo. It fails constantly and the controls never work right. It looks good, but it was the only thing I've ever had to replace on this car.
This car in nutshell: Reliable, sleek, comfy and quick. The Sebring has everything anyone could ever want rolled into its smooth, leather-wrapped interior.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 28th January, 2003