Chrysler Sebring Convertible
While picking on a Chrysler product is kind of like kicking a dog when it is on the ground, this convertible really should come with a warning label buying this ragtop can seriously damage your financial health. While two-thirds of new Chrysler products have been named as below average in reliability by Consumer Reports, it is only the Sebring Convertible that claim a 238 percent worse than average ranking. It is truly the worst of the worst.
Not even a current $1500 rebate could possibly help cover the cost of all those days in a repair shop. And dont even think about the electronically complex convertible hardtop version. There is a reason you see so few of those on the road. Add in maintenance costs that rise precariously year after year, high insurance costs and huge depreciation and you can see why any deal on a Sebring Convertible is no deal.