2006 Chrysler Sebring Convertible User Reviews
- $4,672 - $5,794
- No trim specified for this review
- living in CA with a convertible!
- windy backseat, rear defroster never worked
I bought my '99 in 2001 with 54,000 mi on it. The first Chrysler ( and first convertible) I've ever owned. My kids called it my midlife Chrysler. After many years of hauling 4 kids around in old beat up station wagons, I treated myself to a great little car. I have loved every minute of it. It now has 121,000 mi on it ,and I'm looking to trade it in for a newer used model. For 6 years it has been virtually maintenance free. The only problem I ever had with my '99 was once when the reservoir that is under the car, that is supposed to enable rain water to drain when it goes into the area of the back part of the convertible, got plugged up with road debris. My Chrysler dealer maintenance guy new exactly how to unplug the reservoir and drain the water out ( the floor of the back seat had filled up with water which blew the radio transformer out ). However, I was disturbed that in all the times I'd taken it in for regular maintenance, this drainage problem had never been checked out before, and no one had ever mentioned this common problem to me before. Other than that and the rear window defroster never working, this car is a gem. Everyone should have the experience of driving through the California Redwoods, or down the California coast, or into the California Sierras in a convertible, and the Chrysler Sebring will always be my convertible of choice.
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