2004 Chrysler Sebring Sedan User Reviews
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- $3,345 - $3,913
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My wife has a June build 2001 Sebring LX.
Her problems have been ZERO, over about 15,000 m.
Lots of power and very good mileage, but I should mention a few space problems since we are both tall, her 5-9, me 5-11.
The door opening front top has much less height than at the rear, this affects mostly tall passengers until they get used to not bending forward when entering.
The front passenger foot space to limited and is at the wrong angle for a tall passenger with the seat back. We solved this be placing a roll of carpet under the original mat.
We find the rear seat leg room quite adequate, even though we have the front seats quite far back.
Previous Chrysler cars we've had that have performed very well- 1987 Daytona no extra maintenance over 14 years and 80,000 m and the 1995 Concord I still have. Only serious problem with the Concord has been the A/C (a well known problem) which Chrysler finally fixed on their 7 yr warrenty extension. They've been very willing to make these A/C fixes at their cost. Concord engine runs as new after about 70,000 m, it will probably run forever, but I'll probably trade it by 15 years just to get something new.
We drive in very rough winter salty conditions going to the ski hills mainly with the Concord plus a previous 1986 LeBaron and have experienced NO rust.
Well built cars from Chrysler since the mid 80s.
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