• Sam Abuelsamid Posted: 11/14/2010 10:04pm PST

    Marty, as much as Cerberus deserves plenty of blame for Chrysler's troubles, they were not at all responsible for the last Sebring. The Sebring debuted in 2007 at right about the time that Cerberus was closing the deal to buy Cerberus.
    The Sebring was entirely the result of the cost cutting imposed by Dieter Zetsche and Wolfgang Bernhard.

  • Vern Southard Posted: 12/29/2010 12:18pm PST

    Fiat has put better quality into a better version of the Sebring,but they missed the boat.Why didn't they just build the Chrysler 200 Concept that they showed at Detroit auto show in 2009. That car was exciting and had class and distinct bold styling that put it competitively into the luxury car class. Chryslers originally competed with Lincolns and Cadillacs, they were high end cars, not meant to compete with Camrys and Fusions and Malibus. If Fiat wants to make it back into the luxury four door sedan market with panache then just build the car they designed in 2009 and put it on the road and put some excitement back into Chrysler's main car.

  • Linda Posted: 12/30/2010 7:29pm PST

    My husband and I have read everything about this car, but can't find one. We will drive to Detroit to get one. Where are they at? I love Chrysler cars. Sorry things have gone bad in America for now. This car sounds like a great car for the price. Thanks. I just want to FIND ONE !!!!!

  • chris Posted: 12/7/2010 5:16pm PST

    I'm sorry, not delivering something closer to the 200 concept will be a disaster. The car they are planning is nothing more than a smoothed out version of the Sebring, Yuk!