2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible User Reviews
- $8,928 - $11,249
- No trim specified for this review
- it looks good, and thats it
Purchased As Used
I have had my 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible since July of 2008. I purchased it as a "certified new" being promised that it was just as good as new, but its just as good as waste of my hard earned money. This car has been the biggest regret and disapoinment, as being serviced for over 40 problems and counting. Many problems have been with the windows not shutting or opening( 4 times), trunk popping open on the highway( 2 times), top not going down or opening. It needed a a new lifter on 11/19 which is un-heard of in a new car with such low miles. On 1/2/09 it needed a new radiator because it was leaking and there was no heat in the middle of winter. Today i came out of the store and the windows were half way down again for no reason. I have to call again tomorrow morning because of the current problems with the windows going down, which as a 23 year old woman that is not only a safety issue but things could get stolen out of my car. Chrysler has done nothing to help with the situation and ignoring my complaints and request for help getting rid of this dangerous undependable car. The dealership wants nothing to do with me anymore and they said they have never seen so many problems with a new car, and they have no answers for the issues. The extended warranty guarantees me a car everytime my car is serviced, but the dealership i purchased this car from gives me a very hard time and tries to deny me the right every time i bring it in which has been over 14 times. Last time they said "they were only doing it to be nice to me at the time" If you are going to buy this car (please dont!) research it as much as possible so you dont walk into the night mare that has been on my shoulders for the past 7 months!
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