Actual images of a contemporary Chrysler Sebring convertible would likely scare off more potential buyers than draw them in, but this is ridiculous. Yes, they both have four wheels and retractable hard tops, but a Mercedes-Benz SL in no way passes for a Sebring. Ever. Erin Dodge near Toronto is offering up two brand "practically new" Sebrings for the not-so-bargain price of $34,888 (Canadian dollars), dangling photos of the SL as bait. The 2009 Sebring Limited starts at $32,695, so it's not clear how much has even been knocked off here. As always, when it comes to dealer ads, buyer beware. Thanks to jagdesh for the tip!

[Source: Erin Dodge]

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