2002 Chrysler Sebring

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$18,005 - $29,300
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 21 City / 28 Hwy
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2002 Sebring Overview

Chrysler's Sebring convertible combines a roomy interior, attractive pricing with a sleek design and top-down motoring.Maybe that's why it's America's best-selling convertible.

Who says practicality has to be boring? Boring goes out the window with the touch of a button, as the Sebring's top drops behind the rear seat.This car looks good even with the top up.Completely redesigned a year ago, Chrysler's convertible sports smooth lines similar to the Sebring coupe and sedan.Beneath its sleek interior is a stiff structure with a suspension designed to provide sporty handling and a smooth ride.Quick acceleration is on tap from the available 200-horsepower V6 engine.

For 2002, the availability of a four-cylinder engine has reduced the price of entry into Sebring's alfresco experience.This year, the LX model starts at just $23,075 and comes equipped with a 2.4-liter twin-cam engine rated at 150 horsepower.

Midyear in 2002, Chrysler is introducing a GTC model that comes with the V6, a sports suspension, and a choice of five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.Chrysler's Sebring coupe combines style, practicality, and sporty driving dynamics at an affordable price.

The Sebring is a stylish sports coupe, yet there's enough genuine legroom in the back seats for two adults.This is a lot of sports coupe for $20,000, and a V6 engine is available for increased acceleration performance.Chrysler has been on the leading edge of design among American manufacturers in recent years and its Sebring shows that.The Sebring was introduced last year with all-new styling inside and out, a stiff new structure, a redesigned suspension, and the availability of a new V6 engine for the LXi model.In addition to the sedan reviewed here, there are coupe and convertible versions available (see nctd.com reviews).

An optional sports suspension is now available for Sebring sedan LXi models.

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2002 Sebring Overview

Chrysler's Sebring convertible combines a roomy interior, attractive pricing with a sleek design and top-down motoring.Maybe that's why it's America's best-selling convertible.

Who says practicality has to be boring? Boring goes out the window with the touch of a button, as the Sebring's top drops behind the rear seat.This car looks good even with the top up.Completely redesigned a year ago, Chrysler's convertible sports smooth lines similar to the Sebring coupe and sedan.Beneath its sleek interior is a stiff structure with a suspension designed to provide sporty handling and a smooth ride.Quick acceleration is on tap from the available 200-horsepower V6 engine.

For 2002, the availability of a four-cylinder engine has reduced the price of entry into Sebring's alfresco experience.This year, the LX model starts at just $23,075 and comes equipped with a 2.4-liter twin-cam engine rated at 150 horsepower.

Midyear in 2002, Chrysler is introducing a GTC model that comes with the V6, a sports suspension, and a choice of five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.Chrysler's Sebring coupe combines style, practicality, and sporty driving dynamics at an affordable price.

The Sebring is a stylish sports coupe, yet there's enough genuine legroom in the back seats for two adults.This is a lot of sports coupe for $20,000, and a V6 engine is available for increased acceleration performance.Chrysler has been on the leading edge of design among American manufacturers in recent years and its Sebring shows that.The Sebring was introduced last year with all-new styling inside and out, a stiff new structure, a redesigned suspension, and the availability of a new V6 engine for the LXi model.In addition to the sedan reviewed here, there are coupe and convertible versions available (see nctd.com reviews).

An optional sports suspension is now available for Sebring sedan LXi models.

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