Chrysler has been one of the nation's top auto-manufacturers for over 80 years. This article provides features, pricing, and specifications for the 2005 Chrysler Sebring sedan, coupe, and convertible.
Chrysler Corporation was formed by Walter Percy Chrysler on June the 6th of 1925, with the remaining assets of the Maxwell Motor Company. Chrysler introduced a series of cars called the Airflow models in 1930 that were the first to be based on scientific aerodynamic principles. Chrysler is still known today for its continued innovation in engineering, and has overcome some serious reoccurring financial troubles over the years.
The Chrysler Sebring is a mid-size line containing a sedan, coupe, and convertible - notably, the Sebring convertible is the most popular in the world. This year's Chrysler Sebring Sedan is a carry over from 2004; it's available in 4 trims, ranging from the Base to the TSi, and is equipped with a standard 2.4-liter, 150-horsepower engine, autos.yahoo.com. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard on both trims. The Sebring Convertible was updated in 2004 to have a more rounded nose and prominent corporate grill. Although the car looks classy, its styling evokes the image of an older generation vehicle, cars.about.com. The Sebring Coupe, although in its last year, is available in two trims, the Base and the Limited, and comes equipped with a 2.4-liter, I4, 142-horsepower engine.
The Chrysler Sebring starts at $19,595, the Sebring coupe starts at $22,255, and the convertible starts at $31,020.
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