Tuesday, September 25, 2007

2008 Chrysler Sebring Review

Powered by a standard 2.4 Liter 4-cylinder engine moderated by a 4-speed automatic gearbox, the 2008 Chrysler Sebring sedan and convertible offer performance and fuel economy in one stylish package. Produced in four models, the Sebring Sedan, Limited, Touring, and Convertible, cover the field if you are looking for stylish family transportation or a sporty American ragtop.

Standard on the Sebring are rear 60/40 folding seats, rear-folding armrest with cup holders, rear door child protection locks, and to protect your child, the most up-to-date LATCH protection system for use with any compatible child seat. The interior has earned much praise for its comfortable seating, exclusive color matched instrument trim, and 120 mph speedometer. Applause comes naturally when listening to Sebring's concert-quality AM/FM stereo, CD player, and MP3 player, adding the soundtrack to your driving experience.

Just knowing how many features are included in the new Sebring that are there for your safety, can give one cause to sigh with relief. Sebring uses an advanced design two level airbag system for the front occupants, while cradling those in the back seat with side and side curtain airbags. With its power cog steering and adaptable suspension, the 2008 Sebring takes the corners and hills with the enthusiasm of a racehorse.

The 2008 Chrysler Sebring sedans offer all of the security, safety, performance, and style a family could ask for. Those seeking the sensory gratification of wind in the hair, sun in the face, and road grit between the teeth may opt for the Sebring convertible. Whether you choose the standard soft top, with its flawless roofline and surprisingly quiet ride with the top up, or the hard top option, the sexiest convertible out there, either choice guarantees more fun per mile than you can imagine.

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