Playing in one of the most competitive segments of the automotive marketplace, the Chrysler Sebring is pitted against some of the best cars offered--period.
Though handsomely styled for most of its tenure, the long-running Chrysler Sebring was never a very good car.
It is perhaps best thought of as a low-rent commodity car than an object of desire.
Compared to the models it is up against, the Chrysler lacks agility, admits too much road noise, and has a stiff, unsettled ride.
In pre-2007 models, a Poor IIHS side-crash score in tests without side airbags is another negative.
The convertible suffers from a lot of body shake, although it does offer a usable rear seat ' making it the only soft-top car to do so during its lifetime.