2009 Chrysler Sebring – ReviewCars.com

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Chrysler Sebring

2009 Chrysler Sebring Reviews – Consumer Car Reviews

Guide: 5=Perfect; 3=Good; 1=Poor

Pros: What do you like about your 2009 Chrysler Sebring?

Quite, smooth ride.

Litle to know wind noise.

Convertible hardtop works great!

Use of technology/IGIG

Gass milage is around 26-27 average.




Fuel efficiency.

Cons: How would you improve your 2008 Chrysler Sebring?

Perfect lines, nice ride.

Chrysler Sebring

No improvements required.

2008 Chrysler Sebring Review:

To my mind, the 2008 Sebring convertible is the most striking vehicle manufactured since the Chevrolet BelAir of 1957. While I was aware of the earlier models of Sebring, it was not until January of 2009 that I noticed the 2008 model. Of all the vehicles on the highways, the ’08 Sebring (including ’09 and 2010 models) is the only vehicle to catch my attention sufficient to elicit a strong ownership desire.

After researching the used-vehicle market and noting negative reviews on earlier Sebring models, I interpreted the documented problems with earlier models had been addressed by Chrysler engineers and the ’08 Touring model could fulfill my expectations.

By April, 2010, I figured any significant defects with any particular unit would be apparent in the vehicle history report. A VIN check of the unit I was considering gave me reasonable confidence of the vehicle#39;s road worthiness. From the VIN check I determined the unit I was considering for purchase started out as a Maui rental car that subsequently was sold at a fleet-vehicle auction in Phoenix (these convertibles are painfully expensive in Canada).

I bought it in Canada from its previous owner after a thorough vehicle inspection by an insurance-approved mechanic. The odometer registered 37,000 miles at the time I took over ownership.

My Sebring has a 2.7 litre V6 engine that has proven itself in the mountainous terrain of British Columbia where I live. It has ample power for the mountain passes, it is quiet, comfortable, reliable and reasonably fuel efficient (average of 8.2 litres/100km or

33 miles/imperial gallon based on 5,000 miles driven). I consider my Sebring to be striking in appearance with above average performance. My only surprise so far is platinum spark plugs (much more expensive than I would have expected).

As further context, I am a senior citizen who never expected to own a convertible. Since purchasing this unit, driving has become a pleasure rather than just a necessity. I have found no basis to support the negative reviews I have seen regarding the ’08 Sebring.

Little wonder this is reputed to be America#39;s best-selling convertible.

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