2007 sebring opinions

Discussion in 'Sebring' started by cosza, Dec 11, 2006.

  1. cosza

    cosza Guest

    Has anybody bought the new sebring. Conidering it as my next car, any
    opinions, how different fromt he older generation.
    cosza, Dec 11, 2006
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  2. Looking at convertible?

    Only obliquely helpful (maybe), FWIW if it has had any design input from the
    CLK Cabrio then it is likely to be a fine car, no doubt for a lower price
    than the CLK Cab itself.

    Three years ago I hired a Sebring convertible when in LA and was quite
    impressed, though not with the fairly primitive roof mechanism. Plenty of
    room for a convertible. The new one seems to offer a retractable hardtop
    version (see thread of 9 Dec "Chrysler's Sebring has a talent for going
    topless"), an import probably from Mercedes/Karmann.


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    Dori A Schmetterling, Dec 11, 2006
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  3. cosza

    rickety Guest

    Well I've been happy with my older (2001) Sebring Convertible and will
    be looking at the 2007 hardtop convertible when it is available.

    In the meantime I think the 3.5 L option on the Sebring is an
    interesting option, and the slightly downgraded 2.7 seems to have a
    multi-fuel setup

    The Chrysler pages seemed a bit confused on packages and options a week
    or so ago, and I don't know whether the folks I tried to report it to
    really understood.

    rickety, Dec 15, 2006
  4. cosza

    Some O Guest

    I've looked at it. We have a 2001 Sebring sedan.
    It seemed like a slight change over the previous model, I didn't notice
    anything that significant.
    There is more foot room for the front seat passenger.
    Locally there are great good deals on slightly used 2006 Sebrings.

    Two negatives I noticed were the inability to store a matching spare
    (according to the dealer) and the dumb channels in the hood.

    IMO the 3.5L engine is not desirable or necessary in this car. The
    current 2.7L has more than enough power.
    To get us to upgrade our Sebring the engine would have to be upgraded
    with VVT (variable valve timing) technology.
    Some O, Dec 15, 2006
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