The Chrysler 300 was the first Detroit sedan in a long while to really set the country on fire. At the same time, it also introduced a new concept: Chryslers, apparently, don't have to be mediocre.
The last generation Sebring long ago disappeared into the sludge of the mid-size sedan market, so unremarkable were its dynamics and so anodyne was its styling. The new Sebring, with its pastiche of design cues from other Chryslers, including the Crossfire, is
Below is the new look of the 2007 Chrysler Sebring. Perhaps the most interesting feature is the availability of the new, corporate harman/kardon audio system which includes a 20 gigabyte hard drive to store music files on. Drivetrain options include the "world