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Sebring convertible to survive changes

Chrysler Sebring convertible

The Chrysler Sebring convertible, once the most popular and respected convertible in North America, will be staying in Chrysler’s lineup after the Sebring itself is renovated (and, if some rumors are correct, renamed). The Sebring will be getting a Pentastar V6 and six-speed automatic according to many reports, possibly with a retuned four-cylinder powerplant; the exterior and interior are both being substantially changed and the suspension is being retuned for a new driving experience.

While insiders have pegged the Sebring Sedan’s re-appearance at the end of the year, in November or December, the convertible is reportedly to arrive in calendar-year 2011, months after the other refreshed/re-engineered cars and trucks. (Thanks, JRS200x)

V6: direct injection, turbos?

According to Allpar sources, Chrysler has resumed work on its original plans for the Pentastar V6 engine series: direct injection and forced…

Trenton Engine wins the bronze

Chrysler’s Trenton Engine Complex, in a pleasant area just a half-hour southwest of Detroit,  has won bronze status for World Class Manufacturing…

The fate of Charger R/T AWD

In the past, Dodge has combined the Hemi engine with all wheel drive (AWD) for better launches and improved rain and snow…

Chrysler 200 hitting dealers soon

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According to Chrysler brand CEO Al Gardner, the new Chrysler 200 sedans will hit dealer lots by mid-May. Previous company statements had…

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