The 2003 Chrysler Sebring convertible is built for people
who love the rush of open-air driving. Generously decked
out and with plenty of room in the trunk, the Sebring Convertible
is perfect for weekend getaways in warm-climate areas.
Completely redesigned in 2001, Chrysler's convertible sports
smooth lines similar to the Sebring coupe and sedan. It
has plenty of power, a long list of standard features and
a comfortable ride to boot. Perhaps that is why it is one
of America's favorite convertibles.
The 2003 Chrysler Sebring convertible is offered in four
trim levels: LX, GTC, LXi and Limited.
The 2003 Chrysler Sebring convertible is a two-door vehicle
that seats four adults without a problem. The LX model features
air conditioning, power mirrors, windows and door locks
and all sorts of other convenience items.
The Sebring convertible's instrument panel is truly a practical
feature. An available Traveler's Display compass (standard
on LXi and Limited) keeps the driver abreast of direction,
outside temperature, fuel economy information, estimated
distance to empty and more. With the add-on list, customers
are given the option to customize their convertibles however
To the most important feature of any convertible: the top.
A four-window down feature with top operation lowers all
four windows simultaneously with the convertible top with
the use of a one-button power-top switch. The result is
a process that takes only seconds to complete.
If you're going to be driving around with the top down,
you need an engine that kicks things up a bit. Manufacturers
don't miss this point with their selection of engines for
the Sebring convertible. LX models come with a 2.4-liter
4-cylinder engine that delivers 150 horsepower. With the
rest of the model lineup, a 2.7-liter V6 cranks out the
juice, delivering 200 horsepower (optional with the LX model).
A fully independent short/long-arm double wishbone suspension
gives the 2003 Sebring convertible good response feel and
control. The combination of chassis stiffness, refined steering
and gripping tires result in tight cornering and handling.
Safety and Security
Safety features include standard 4-wheel disc brakes. ABS
plus (standard on Limited and available on LX, GTC and LXi
models) senses differences in wheel speed while braking
in a turn, and uses software to process the information
and balance brake forces at each wheel to keep the vehicle
stable while braking and cornering. Next Generation multistage
airbags for driver and front passenger are also standard.
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