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Nice convertible by Chauncey from The hamptons on 08/31/2006. Trim: 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible, Owned 3 years.
Pros: Styling, looks, very sharp
Cons: no middle seat belt. There is a squished in middle seat space, but no belt
Overall review: great
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A Great Little Car by Hiram in L.A. on 04/18/2005. Trim: 2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring Sedan, Owned 1 year.
Pros: What a great little car. I bought it one year ago today and have had no problems of any kind..zero. It is fast (really great acceleration but the computer won't let it go over 115 mph (I tried)), reliable and gets good milage - I get 22mpg in the city. I think it is one of the best looking midsize sedans on the road, but I've been told that's a matter of opinion.
Cons: I would change only two things. Chrysler should consider rear disc brakes and dual exhausts on future models, especially the TSi.
Overall review: You can keep your imported status symbol beemers, lexi, etc. I'll buy another Chrysler next time.
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Nice Convertable by Carol on 05/18/2013. Trim: 2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible, Owned 9 years.
Pros: Convertible.... color: claret red.. Gray Leather interior.. comfortable
Cons: poor visibility when looking out rear when in reverse
Overall review: Great looking and driving vehicle.. except when backing into a tight area
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Fun... BUT. by CJinCNJ on 03/27/2013. Owned 10 years.
Pros: Nice styling, absolutely no mechanical (engine) problems. Plenty of pep (2.7 v6). Fun to drive.
Cons: Came (brand new) with dead battery and leaking wheel rim. Since then, front rotor went (first month), horn went, rear brake loose and clanging, blower motor went (no heat/defroster), rear defroster went (twice), could not adjust driver's seat. Vinyl top cracked at frame joints.. ALL WITHIN 3 YEARS! (but past mileage limit on warranty). $60 LABOR to change a battery???
Overall review: It was fun, but is the picnic worth all the ants???
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A daily driver by Around the World Daily Driver on 12/19/2012. Trim: 2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited Sedan, Owned 8 years.
Pros: My wife and I chose this vehicle because it was almost fully loaded and was affordable for the income we had at the time. The car is relatively easy to maintain and we've only had a few issues mostly because of some of the locations we've moved to as a result of being in the military.
Cons: The car seems to be of low quality all around. The paint job is insanely easy to scuff or scratch. We had a paint bubble form on rear plastic bumper from the exhaust pipe...the paint has since peeled away. Additionally, the seals around the windows in the rear doors have allowed water to get inside the door frame and caused rust on the inside...these same doors also have hinges where the bolt hole as become slotted thereby making a nice "pop!" when opened. We have leather seats, but despite frequent conditioning, they're cracking. The fan only works on 1, 2, and 3. The inside is simplistic...purely functional and to some degree it gives off a feeling of plasticy cheapness.
Overall review: This is a decent car for a high school or college driver. Gas mileage isn't that great especially since fuel prices have risen signfiicantly since we purchased the car. Our 2004 model has relatively low mileage because of deployments and shipping (we're barely at 80K) and the car has been remarkably reliable given the modifications we had to have while living in Europe. We've also been pretty good at following the maintenance schedule, so perhaps the logevity of the vehicle is a reward for this. I don't think we'll be buying a Chrysler again...cars have changed so much since we were in the market for a vehicle, but after living in Overseas, the US car manufacturers seem sluggish to adapt...everything from vehicle size, fuel, styling (interior and exterior). It seems like the rest of the world is driving on modern vehicles while US cars were designed using a slide-rule.
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