2001 Chrysler Sebring Coupe Road Test
During last years New York International Auto Show, Chrysler impressed me with the unveiling of the completely redesigned and redefined Sebring line. Gone was the old practice of separating their look of the sedan (Cirrus), coupe and convertible from each other. Now, each Sebring adopts a variation of the graceful Concorde grille, bringing an entry-level luxury distinction to its mid-priced category while tying the entire Sebring family together. The front end isn't the only attractive aspect of the Sebring family styling either. Each model's lines are smooth and flowing without unnecessary body cladding - the usual sign of a weak initial design.