2009 Chrysler Sebring Sedan User Reviews
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- $9,306 - $11,832
- No trim specified for this review
- Excellent economy and features at a great price
- No negatives so far.
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I am baffled by car reviewers' venom directed at this car. (When it first came out reviews were good and then all of a sudden the reviewers turned.)
This is a pleasant car with an airy, light cockpit and very good fuel economy. It has a bigger rear seat than its competitors--I know, I tried them all in the interests of my car pool--and a decent sized, easy to access trunk.
My Sebring has many features, including side air bags, stability control/antilock brakes, bluetooth phone connectivity, 8 way power seat and a hard drive radio with Sirrius, and I got it out the door for about $19,000, 6% tax and title included.
It is highly maneuverable--my son calls it the go-kart. I would call it small on the outside and big on the inside. It gets up to highway speeds without any difficulty, though its 4 cylinder engine needs to rev to do this, and it averages 30-33 mpg at 75 miles per hour on my 45 mile commute.
In fact, this is the car that many people really need--not a hot rocket sled that most reviewers seem to want it to be. It currently has over a year and 13,000 miles of use with absolutely no problems having arisen.
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