Sunday, January 31, 2010


The Sebring is Chrysler’s midsize car that is now offered in sedan and convertible versions. The Sebring sedan was all-new as a 2007 model and the redesigned convertible joined the lineup alongside the sedan for 2008. The new Sebring Convertible offers for the first time the choice of a power retractable hard top or a more traditional cloth top. The Sebring first joined the Chrysler lineup as a coupe in 1995, built on the Mitsubishi Eclipse platform and the convertible followed in the spring of 1996. The Sebring lineup was revised in 2001 and the Sebring sedan was added to replace the Chrysler Cirrus sedan. The Sebring coupe was dropped for 2006.

The 2010 Chrysler Sebring features a new hood design with a smooth surface; new 17- and 18-inch wheels; new gauge cluster; and driver and front passenger active head restraints.

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