1996 Chrysler Sebring Coupe LXI V6 from North America
Nothing major! Currently it's at the dealership after a sensor shut it down. After 2 days of diagnostics, the dealer has determined it's possibly a cam or crank shaft problem. Still after so many miles the cost to repair, approx $250 is reasonable. I learned early on the computer sensors in this model will protect the engine/transmission from further damage. A previous sensor put the car into "limp mode" only allowing me to drive in 1st gear or reverse. A minor repair was all that was necessary.
Take precautions and general maintenance and you will have a trouble free vehicle.
A great looking car and fast!!!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st July, 2003