2001 Chrysler Sebring Coupe LX1 3.0 Mitsubishi from North America
Crippled by manufacturer's politics
The transmission, after working PERFECTLY for 112 000 kilometers, just died on the freeway. Cost of repair is over 5000$ (car has not been fixed yet).
The car has never been raced, and maintenance was done at the dealership.
What is worse, is that I just read that the oil was not good in the transmission of this model and the Eclipse, but NO recall has been made from the manufacturer!
The automatic transmission of my last car was still good after 15 years and 359 000 km. So why does that one fail after that little time, and especially so abruptly...
The car is good, or was; good handling, nice look. But because of that crappy transmission, I could be rolling in a nicer car for the total amount.
Never buy Chrysler badged cars http://www.daimlerchryslervehicleproblems.com/
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th November, 2006