Review - Chrysler Sebring Coupe Home Page
Introduced in the 1995 model year, the Sebring Coupe had generous interior room for both the front and rear occupants, with the largest trunk in its class and a folding rear seat. There was a long list of standard power equipment, an optional moonroof, automatic rearview mirror with compass, and eight-speaker Infinity sound system. Engine choices were a slightly modified version of the Neon 2.0 DOHC, sporting 140 hp, and a Mitsubishi 163 hp V-6. A manual transmission was only available on the 2.0 LX model; the LXi had the V-6 and automatic as standard.
USA statistics. The average age of Sebring Coupe owners was 38-44, with an average annual household income of about $60,000. 58% of buyers are female. For the 1996 model year, the Sebring Coupe captured 3.8% of the total US market with over 32,000 sales.
New features for 1998 included a vapor recovery system for lower emissions, the Chrysler seal, and a new interior and exterior color.
(a). Meets TLEV (Transitional Low Emission Vehicle) requirements in states adopting
California emission regulations; meets Tier 1 requirements in all other states.
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