The problem that the Sebring arriving in showrooms has (in my opinion, at least) is that in the interest of being visually distinctive, it has far too much going on. For example, I personally like the Chrysler Crossfire's styling (here I stand, ready to catch your javelins). On that car, the hood ribs work well. On the Sebring, however, they're simply busy. The same goes for the rub strips on each side of the car, which add an unnecessary, distracting line to the profile view. The real shame is
Chrysler has released the first image of the new Chrysler Sebring sedan and announced that it will make its debut at the London International Motor Show next month. Details are slim, but the release states that it'll be available in the UK in mid-2007 in RHD format with a choice of gas or diesel engines. 4car reported earlier that the diesel is the same VW-sourced unit available in the European-market Dodge Caliber, and that a hardtop coupe+convertible is also likely.
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