Friday, May 26, 2006

2007 Chrysler Sebring


Now we can finally see what the front end looks like.
These are big headlights...

I only saw the interior of a base model in person, and it looked far behind the quality that most of the competition offers.
Maybe they want to make that up by offering more style.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

A mercedes grill and Volkswagon headlamps make a great looking front end HAHAHAHAHAHAHA seriously.

Anonymous said...

nice edmunds pics, you should have just got the other ones as well, that show front, side, and back of the car

Anonymous said...

this front, looks similar to this chrysler pacifica facelift: http://www.allpar.com/model/cs.html

Anonymous said...

I sometimes see facial expression in the front and rear designs of cars.

This one has kind of a devilish grin goin' on.

The current Sebring sold well to both individuals and rental fleets. Let's hope Chrysler is smart enough not to destroy that money maker with an interior that, as Vince says, looks far behind the quality of the competition.

Oh, who am I kidding? The people that buy Sebrings probably put as much thought into the tactile quality of the interior as they put in buying a toaster. And I don't mean that in a bad way. They want to have a reasonably attractive American car with good content that performs for the daily commute. Nothing more, nothing less. They are not unlike Accord or Camry drivers except without experiencing the joy of exemplary quality.

Or of attention to detail.

Or of fantastic resale value.

Or of smooth performance.

Or of etcetera, etcetera.

Vince Burlapp said...

Amen...

Anonymous said...

wow, i thought it was the new Elantra for a minute, so i was wondering why would you post up another pic of this car in camoflauge again, but, haha, until i read the heading to find out it was the "new" sebring, blah blah, disappointment...

adidas crosscountry said...

It looks sad.

:-(

Anonymous said...

Certainly no worse than what the asians offer. From what I've seen so far, the new Sebring looks better than the bloated Toyota Camry or 80s-looking Hyundai Azera.

Anonymous said...

I've worked on a photo shoot of pre-production Sebrings, and I didn't think the interior was bad at all. In fact, it's damn competitive with it's japanese counterparts. But than, it's just so fashionable to bash American cars.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

I've worked on a photo shoot of pre-production Sebrings, and I didn't think the interior was bad at all. In fact, it's damn competitive with it's japanese counterparts. But than, it's just so fashionable to bash American cars.


I highly doubt you actually worked on those photo shoots, but au contraire! It isn't fashionable to bash American cars anymore than it's fashionable to bash the French, the Japanese, the Germans, the Koreans, the Chinese cars...well, except the Chinese (at least) for now.

It is, however, reasonable to comment on poor quality wherever it may be.

What is fashionable, and correct, is to bash the current American administration's foreign policy or, rather, lack thereof.

One shouldn't confuse the two.

Now, back to cars...

Anonymous said...

You forgot the italians. Absolutely horrid quality.

Vince Burlapp said...

I didn't get to sit inside the Sebring yet.
But the one I saw up close did have a cheap interior.
But it was also a base model without wood trim or leather.

I don't think this is bashing anyone, just describing what I saw...

Anonymous said...

iam i the only one that thinks that design is ugly?

Anonymous said...

"I didn't get to sit inside the Sebring yet."

Why the heck would you even get to sit in the Sebring? You don't work for Chrysler.

Anonymous said...

Looks like subaru impreza font lights!

Anonymous said...

"I highly doubt you actually worked on those photo shoots…"

I highly doubt you know what you're talking about. And now, back to cars.

Anonymous said...

it resembles the front end of the Crossfire... nice!

Anonymous said...

I highly doubt you know what you're talking about. And now, back to cars.

Gee, I guess you showed me.

Vince, do you have any pics of the Sebring interior? Chrysler has really dropped the ball on interior quality on a few of its newer models, like the 300 and particularly the Caliber.

Seems the K-car isn't dead.

Vince Burlapp said...

I posted exclusive pictures of the interior a few weeks ago.
You can still find them in the archives .
Try March or April, I'm not sure ...

Anonymous said...

Vince Burlapp said...

I posted exclusive pictures of the interior a few weeks ago.
You can still find them in the archives .
Try March or April, I'm not sure ...


Thank, buddy. I'll check it out.

Anonymous said...

look a little different when you can see the WHOLE CAR.....

Anonymous said...

"Gee, I guess you showed me."

It was too easy.

Vince Burlapp said...

say goodbye to teh accord/camry/altima crap cars
this will push them into the gutter onec and for all
americans should wake up and see for themselves how superior their cars are.
the new sebring should even get americans out of their gross bmw and vulgar mercedes

Anonymous said...

Chrysler's not American anymore, douchebag.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

"Gee, I guess you showed me."

It was too easy.

It's refreshing when one admits their shortcomings.

Thank you for being so easy.

Anonymous said...


I'm not sure how my comment was an admission on my part (unless I misunderstood and you were actually describing yourself with your fly open), but if it helps to give your dismal existence some meaning, than you are very welcome. It's the least I could do.


It's obvious you'll do the least you could, but we knew that already. The tradition continues.

So what is Chrysler's mission with the new Sebring? More rental fodder, or are they trying to be serious about competing with Honda's Accord and Toyota's Camry?

Anonymous said...

"It's obvious you'll do the least you could, but we knew that already. The tradition continues."

With you, doing the least is still way too much.

I guess we'll know how the new Sebring stacks up soon enough – it's debuting in June. I think it'll do OK.