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2006 Chrysler Sebring OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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MLD
MLD
Glen Allen, Virginia
3.0
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Michael
Michael
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
4.0
Sebring, not just the "Secretary's Car"
I purchased my 2006 Chrysler Sebring GTC about 4 months ago, right at the beginning of summer time. I was a bit reluctant at first due to its reputation as a car for females, but I was offered a fantastic deal on a car with only 80k miles. This was too good to pass up. First impressions? Very comfortable. Although it is a convertible, the seats are plush so they don't get too hot like leather. The dash design is pleasing with the white dial backings which make things easy to see. The stock stereo was nothing to write home about which is why I replaced it with a new Kenwood head unit. The mock carbon fiber accents in the GTC are very aesthetically pleasing. Full power seats, power windows, and roof allow ease of access. To put the top down you have to undo two clamps and pull a switch. This process only takes about 10 seconds. The trunk is very roomy. It fits two full sets of golf clubs with bags which is convenient. The 2.6L V6 has a good rate of acceleration. Top speed is around 120 mph. MPG is decent for a car made in 2006 - I average to about 26. The body of the car is a lot longer than you expect. The trunk is extended out, a signature for the second generation Sebring. The car also sits very low to the ground so if you're a taller person, expect to duck down into and climb out of the Sebring.