Thursday, November 24, 2011

chrysler sebring 2004

Chrysler Sebring models were exported to European markets. They are also manufactured in China and Russia.

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The Chrysler Sebring was introduced as a coupe for 1995, and later a convertible was released for 1996. Both models replaced the Chrysler LeBaron. The convertible was built off the Chrysler JA platform also used for the Cirrus sedan, while the coupe was based on the Mitsubishi Eclipse. The Chrysler Sebring was named after Sebring, Florida, the site of the renowned endurance car race called the 12 Hours of Sebring. The name was first used by Chrysler Corporation's Plymouth division trim line of the Satellite mid-size coupe of the 1970s.

2004 Chrysler Sebring Touring

Despite being similar to the Dodge Avenger, the Chrysler's suspension was tuned slightly on the softer side, compared to Avenger's stiff suspension. Although the Sebring did not really offer true "off-the-line" muscle, it did handle well over long, curvy roads, offering minimal body roll. LXi models further benefited from rear sway bars, a slightly different tuned fully independent suspension, along with 17-inch wheels wrapped with Goodyear Eagle performance tires. Recorded slalom speeds proved to be impressive for a car of its class, and were a result of Sebring's 4-wheel double wishbone suspension and variable speed rack and pinion steering; both of which were key contributors to the car's road manners.

01-06 Chrysler Sebring

2004 photos chrysler sebring

2nd-gen Chrysler Sebring

2004 Chrysler Sebring Limited

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