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Whats New for 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible?

Chrysler sure does not want to be left behind. And the car maker made sure that their Chrysler Sebring Convertible would be able to be quite competitive for the 2008 model year.

This new vehicle is going to come using the new D-segment platform of the company. It has a sleek design but still exudes elegance. Chrysler also boasts that they made this vehicle capable of performing well while being quite at par with the right kind of fuel efficiency. The interior is also something that you can be quite comfortable with.

Being at the top of its class, the 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible gives its consumers a couple of choices for the material that would be used for its top. You can choose from vinyl or cloth or the new hard top that is made from steel and is painted the same color as the exterior parts. And despite the differences in the type of materials for these options, the top can be closed or opened with just one push at the button located on the vehicle's key fob.

$26,145. That is the amount you would see attached to the 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible and that is also the MSRP for the US which already is inclusive of the $675 fee as destination charge. But for that price, you certainly would be happy to know that the vehicle would be offering the market quite an good array of features. You would find air bags mounted on the side seats. The vehicle also uses disc anti-lock brakes for the four wheels, a tire pressure monitoring system, a CD player which can change through a lot of six discs, compatibility with EBC redstuff brake pads, an AM/FM stereo, and a steering wheel which has been made to be a tilt/telescoping model.

George Murphy is the senior vice president for Chrysler Group's global marketing team and he boasts, "America's favorite convertible is now better than ever. The all-new Chrysler Sebring Convertible offers the unprecedented combination of unmistakable road presence, athletic handling, innovative technologies, as well as plenty of room for people and gear. In fact, the all-new Sebring Convertible is the only retractable hard top in the segment that can pass the two-golf-bag test. The sky's the limit on what this vehicle can accomplish in the marketplace."

About The Author Anthony Fontanelle is a 35-year-old automotive buff who grew up in the Windy City. He does freelance work for an automotive magazine when he is not busy customizing cars in his shop.
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