Review: Chrysler Sebring Convertible (2007 – 2010)


Electric folding hard-top and reasonable luggage space.

Not the prettiest convertible, especially compared to previous Sebring convertible. Quality very poor. Potential lack of parts in years to come.

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10 April 2008

Chrysler has announced a recall of its Sebring and Dodge Avenger sedans. Affects 212,347 cars fitted with tire pressure monitors. All are 2007 and 2008 models. The recall, posted by the National Highway... Read more

10 October 2007

Chrysler Sebring Cabrio UK launch end of 2007. All UK models feature a retractable hard roof that folds into three sections and stows in less than 30 seconds. Standard roof system features include remote... Read more

Chrysler Sebring Convertible (2007 – 2010): At A Glance

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Should I offer £8,000 for this 2009 Chrysler Sebring convertible?

I've been offered a 2009/09 Chrysler Sebring convertible 2.0 diesel manual, one owner, in metallic black with 16,000 miles, service history and replacement alloys under warranty, for £11,000. Optional satnav/hard drive not fitted. There is 20 months' manufacturer's warranty left. The price by this franchised dealer has just dropped by £2,000, as have the prices of all the others on sale on Autotrader, presumably because FIAT/Chrysler's CEO announced at Geneva that Chryslers would be sold as Lancias from now on (ie the Flavia Cabrio Concept). My feeling is that Lancia has such a poor reputation for rust in the UK that it will be years before they re-launch here. I'm minded to offer £8,000 or to walk, to allow for Chrysler's new orphan status. No trade-in, of course. This would be a third personal car, after my '97 Honda Prelude 4ws and my 09 Legend, so strictly as a summer touring car to the Continent. What do you think?
I got the impression that in the UK, Lancias will be sold as Chryslers and Dodges as FIATs (hence the Dodgy FIAT). Chaos. £11,000 is still quite cheap for an ugly car that is nevertheless a 4-seat convertible. But your tactic of offering £8,000 might work. Body parts will have to come from the USA. Don't know where diesel parts will come from. Volkswagen dealer? Take a look at this: Your car might be the same car.
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