The 2010 Chrysler Sebring is basic transportation, yet it’s the only mainstream family car of its model year available as a hardtop or convertible. Although there are sportier models, the Sebring has enough power to maintain comfortable highway speeds and offers a comfortable, quiet ride. Plus, options including a Uconnect infotainment system and heated/cooled upholders jazz up the Sebring’s interior.
The Sebring, which offers sedan and convertible body styles, has midsize dimensions. Seating for five people is standard in the four-door sedan. The two-door convertible provides seating for four passengers. Limited and Touring trim levels are available for both body styles. There is also an LX convertible entry trim. The Sebring’s standard powertrain features a four-cylinder engine, a four-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. Options include a 2.7-liter V6, a 3.5-liter V6 and a six-speed automatic.
All trims enjoy refreshed style cues for 2010, including a sculpted hood and a new look for the gauge cluster.
Midsize sedans like the Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are among the Sebring’s prime competition. Another car to cross-shop is the Chrysler 200. The automaker introduced it in 2011 as the Sebring’s replacement.
The 2010 Sebring shows off a sophisticated presence thanks to its new hood. It has a traditional but attractive raised look that’s less polarizing than the previous year. At the hood’s leading edge, wide-winged trim flares out from a prominent Chrysler logo. Strong body lines and two-piece wraparound taillights complete the package.
A power-retractable soft top is standard for the Sebring convertible and a power-retractable hardtop is optional.
Halogen headlamps, power-adjustable mirrors and 16-inch covered steel wheels are standard. Chrysler supplies options such as automatic headlamps, foglamps, a sedan-only sunroof, heated mirrors, dual exhaust tips and 17- and 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.
An athletic, detailed dashboard was seemingly lifted in one piece out of a different, sportier car and plugged into the Sebring’s dash. Designers added bold gauge housing and metallic center-stack trim to enhance the appearance. In the Sebring sedan, 60split-folding rear seats are standard. The trunk capacity is 13.6 cubic feet. The trunk for the convertible has 13.1 cubic feet of storage when the top is up and 6.6 cubic feet when the lid is down.
Some reviewers praise the quality of the standard interior materials, including the cloth upholstery. Features include manually adjustable front seats, manual air conditioning, cruise control and a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. The drop-top is distinguished by standard six-way power-adjustable front seats with a sport steering wheel. Options include leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats, automatic temperature control, a climate-controlled cupholder and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with built-in audio controls.
A 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is standard for the Sebring. This unit makes 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque. The standard powertrain includes a four-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. For the convertible, a 2.7-liter V6 is optional with 186 horsepower and 191 pound-feet of torque. Both body styles are available with a 3.5-liter V6. It delivers 235 horsepower and 232 pound-feet of torque through a six-speed automatic. All of those engines can take the Sebring from 0 to 60 mph with a smooth and comfortable ride.
The standard powertrain gas mileage ratings are an EPA-estimated 21/30 mpg city/highway.
Antilock brakes are standard. Stability control and traction control are options.
The Sebring’s standard audio system bundles an AM/FM radio, a CD player, an auxiliary input jack, satellite radio and four speakers and electronic stability control. Available upgrades include a navigation system, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth for handsfree calling, a 30-GB hard drive, a USB port, a six-speaker audio system and an eight-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system.
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2010 Chrysler Sebring Pricing
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The price range for the 2010 Chrysler Sebring is $3,999 - $6,954.
The average selling price is $5,471.
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$20,120 - $32,710
This is the price range for the 2010 Chrysler Sebring based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$3,999 - $6,954
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