Chrysler Sebring Years

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The Chrysler Sebring was a mid-size car named in tribute to the Florida city and raceway where the race of the same name took place. It came out in 1995 as a hardtop coupe; a soft-top convertible came out soon after, in 1996. Both cars replaced the Chrysler LeBaron and Chrysler Cirrus.

Two generations of sedans joined the lineup in 2001, during the line's second generation, and ran until 2010. Trims ranged from Limited and Touring to TSi, I4 and V6 engines were available, and one could choose between five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmissions. Optional features included all-wheel drive, air conditioning, four-wheel disc brakes, and more.

Refreshed and rebadged, the car became the Chrysler 200 for 2011 and later.

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