2004 Chrysler Sebring Sedan User Reviews
Touring [Post August Production] shown
- $3,345 - $3,913
- No trim specified for this review
I own my 2002 Sebring for 2 years now, and although this car is no BMW, for $18,000 that I spend on it (I bought it in August, so the dealer gave me plenty of cashback), try to get another car with 190" lenght, V6 engine (200hp), and nice styling! You know as well as I do, that perhaps you could get a Korean brand. The car is absolutely reliable, powerful (if you have the V6), eye-cathing, and is seemingly a good-quality vehicle. The only thing we dislike is the low seats, they are not too comfortable, and it may take and extra effort for Grandma to get out of the vehicle!
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