Chrysler Sebring Models and Sebring History

Created as a two-door version of the Chrysler Cirrus in 1995, the Sebring was introduced as a hardtop. A soft-top convertible model was added the following year. Named after a famous Florida sports car racing track, the Chrysler Sebring excelled in promoting comfort and sportiness at an affordable price. From 1998 to 2000, the Sebring nameplate was restricted to Chryslers mid-sized coupe and convertible. Available engine power arrived from a 140-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a 2.5-liter V-6 producing 163 horsepower.

 

A five-speed manual came standard with the four-cylinder model while a four-speed automatic was fitted to the six-cylinder versions of the Sebring. In 2001, Chrysler discontinued use of the Cirrus name allowing the four-door sedan to merge with the Sebring line-up. Redesigned for 2001, the second-generation Chrysler Sebrings three body styles incorporated a new front-end look. Revised engine power consisted of a 150-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder and a 200-horsepower 2.7-liter V-6 powerplant.

 

 

A standard feature list consisting of amenities such as air conditioning, cruise control, power windows and an AM/FM with cassette player gave the Chrysler Sebring an alluring equipment package for a mid-sized car. The two-door hardtop coupe version of the Sebring was discontinued after the 2005 model year. A third-generation Chrysler Sebring sedan debuted in 2007. The Sebring convertible model returned in 2008 with a retractable hardtop.

 

 

Styled similarly to the Chrysler Crossfire, streaks running along the hood of the Sebring were eventually withdrawn from mid-sized cars design. In 2008, the all-wheel drive became an option on the four-door version of the Sebring, The refinement level of the Chrysler Sebring was elevated again in 2009 when four-wheel disc brakes became standard on all models. Using a heavily revised Sebring platform, Chrysler relaunched their mid-sized car line as the 200 for 2011.

 

New and Used Sebring Prices, Chrysler Sebring Model Years and History

Available as a convertible or sedan, the mid-size 2010 Chrysler Sebring is offered with a choice between three engines and two transmissions.
As a spiffy, retractable hard-top convertible or a 4-door sedan, the 2009 Chrysler Sebring offers a load of standard equipment and options.
Offered as a four-door sedan or a redesigned two-door convertible, the 2008 Chrysler Sebring is available in three different trims; LX, Touring, and Limited.
The 2004 Chrysler Sebring is a mid-size car offered in a multitude of body styles; a two-door coupe, two-door convertible, or a four-door sedan.
The 2003 Chrysler Sebring is a mid-size car that is offered as a two-door coupe, two-door convertible, or a four-door sedan.
A versatile compact, the 2002 Chrysler Sebring is available as a two-door coupe, two-door convertible and a four-door sedan.
A sporty car available in a range of body styles, the 2001 Chrysler Sebring is offered as a coupe, sedan or a two-door convertible and it is rated at 30 mpg on the highway.
The 2000 Chrysler Sebring is a stylish two-door which is available as a coupe or a convertible, and comfortable seating for five.
A mid-size two-door, the 1999 Chrysler Sebring is available as a five-passenger coupe or a four-passenger convertible.
The 1998 Chrysler Sebring is a sporty two-door which is available as a five-passenger coupe or a four-passenger convertible.