Chrysler Sebring Cpe Models and Sebring Cpe History
One of three body styles for the Chrysler Sebring offered in 2005, the coupe version provided an element of sportiness and comfort to a relatively affordable car. Receiving a new front fascia for the 2003 model year, the 2005 Sebring Coupes styling incorporated unique taillights and rode on a shorter wheelbase than the sedan. Eight exterior color choices were available with the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Coupe.
Offered only as a base and Limited trim level for 2005, the Chrysler Sebring Coupe was available with a four-cylinder as well as six-cylinder powerplant. Propelled by a 2.4-liter inline-four engine, the base Sebring Coupe boasted 147 horsepower and average fuel economy above 24 miles per gallon. The Sebring Coupe Limited received the more refined 200-horsepower, 3.0-liter V-6 as a standard engine. Both variants of the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Coupe were equipped with a standard four-speed automatic transmission.
An AutoStick shifter allowing manual gear selection came optional on the Sebring Coupe Limited. Standard equipment on the base Chrysler Sebring Coupe includes a four-disc CD changer, power windows, security system, electronic speed control and 16-inch wheels. The Limited trim model rides on 17-inch aluminum wheels and has an Infinity seven-speaker sound system installed for added enjoyment. Optional on the Sebring Coupe Limited is an anti-lock braking system and leather interior. The Sebring Coupe was dropped from the Chrysler vehicle line-up after the 2005 model year. While a fixed hardtop coupe did not return with the Sebrings 2007 redesign, Chrysler offered a retractable hardtop convertible in 2008.