The 2003 Chrysler Sebring Sedan combines style, performance
and safety. It won't break the bank, but it will take you
where you want to go with ease, time and time again. With
a refined look and a set of features that speak to drivers
and passengers alike, there isn't much wanting with the
The 2003 Chrysler Sebring sedan is engineered to provide
a smooth and responsive ride. The result of hours and hours
of painstaking labor is a set of road manners usually reserved
for more expensive sedans. But with the Sebring sedan, a
more-than-reasonable price tag accompanies the car.
The 2003 Chrysler Sebring sedan is offered in two trim levels:
LX and LXi.
The Sebring sedan is a four-door vehicle that seats five
passengers. Interior spaciousness is one of the key selling
points of the Sebring sedan, as the roominess is extended
all the way to the trunk, which can handle the biggest of
suitcases or the most awkward of items.
While passengers will enjoy the Sebring sedan's 94 cubic
feet of space, this car is really for drivers. Along with
easy-to-use instrumentation, the sedan also comes with other
features that make driving a snap. Drivers will appreciate
standard power windows, door locks, exterior mirrors and
trunk release. Standard front and rear floor mats accompany
the special touch of LXi's chrome interior door handles.
The 2003 Sebring sedan has a unique wedge shape that distinguishes
it from other sedans on the road. In addition, its jeweled
headlamps help enhance night driving by providing a broad,
long halogen beam.
There are two capable engines with the 2003 Chrysler Sebring
sedan. LX models come with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine
that delivers 150 horsepower. LXi models feature a 2.7-liter
V6 engine that produces up to 200 horsepower (optional with
the LX model).
A fully independent short/long-arm double suspension gives
the 2003 Sebring impressive 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 (optional on sedan 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, while side airbags are optional.
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