2006 Chrysler Sebring Convertible User Reviews
- $4,672 - $5,794
- No trim specified for this review
- Great car, love everything about it.
- Not enough hours in the day to drive it.
I have no complaints about my 2005 white Limited Sebring. I wanted a taupe top and got it. Mine even has a GPS system which is a great advantage for traveling. I get around 300 miles @ tank especially with the top down and not running the air. The heated seats are great in the winter but really not needed. The heat runs quick and hot.
I can put car seats in the back seat and have lots of room. In the back seat I've loaded it down for trips and it holds a lot of stuff. Can't say much for the trunk space, but the car does hold a ton of stuff when packed correctly.
My car has get up and go and I have no problem with it's handling. Of course it will be louder than normal cause it's a rag top, so those that think it's to loud need to get a different car.
The seats are so comfortable and with the 6 way power seats it's always a great ride.
I looked at trading it in for an 2008, but really don't like it. Looks cheap and like another run of the mill plastic car.. I have suede/leather seats, wood grain and leather wrapped steering wheel etc, and the new ones are just not made with the quality that the 2005 has.
I hope to keep this car for years to come as I love driving topless.. Makes people look..
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