Chrysler Sebring Models
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The Chrysler Sebring mid-size car released in 1995. It was named in tribute to the eponymous Florida city, raceway, and race. Initially, the model was a hardtop coupe in LX and LXi trims; a soft-top convertible came out soon afterward, in 1996, in JX and JXi trims. Both cars succeeded the Chrysler LeBaron and Chrysler Cirrus.
Two generations of sedans joined the line in 2001, during the latter's second generation; they were offered until 2010. Trims over the years included GTC, Limited, Touring, and TSi, and engine options included four-cylinder, inline-six, and Flex Fuel V6. You could also get either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission. Features included all-wheel drive, air conditioning, four-wheel disc brakes, and more.
For model year 2011 and later, the car was refreshed and rebadged; it became the Chrysler 200.
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