The Sebring’s former trim designations have been replaced with base, Touring and Limited while GTC trim carries over unchanged. Sedan and convertible models receive a restyled front fascia and new wheels, while the coupe gets new dash, door and instrument panel trim. Low-speed traction control now comes on all models equipped with antilock brakes.
Many convertibles built on a unibody chassis suffer some cowl shake, and the Sebring is no exception. We noted a significant amount of chassis wiggle, and bad road surfaces exaggerated the problem. That said, the car’s ride quality is appropriate for its mission as a relaxed cruiser, and it’s acceptably quiet, top up or down. (MOTORTREND)