"This Chrysler 200 Limited Hardtop Convertible (it should be called Sebring) is the second to last year Chrysler made a Cruising Convertible. I did have a 2008 Sebring Touring Hardtop, and this 200 is substantially better. The Interior is much more luxurious (soft touch instead of hard plastic), the Pentastar 3.6L is much stronger than the previous 2.7L and the 6 speed transmission is better than the previous generation's 4 speed tranny. The suspension changes for 2013 make it a much better balanced car and it takes the turns much better at a higher rate of speed. No, it isn't a Mustang or Camaro Convertible but it isn't meant to be. There is actually room in the back seat for passengers. It's giddyap is impressive considering the vehicle weight. As this is my 5th "Sebring"/200 and they aren't making them anymore, I bought this one for the long term as Chrysler has exited this market. As I am the owner of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible Club, I will be able to "represent" for at least the next 20 years by having the best representation of the Sebring/200 that Chrysler made (I am THAT happy with it). I highly recommend people avoiding the Touring (with the weak 2.4L 4 cyl) unless you are only driving in Florida and not in any hilly/mountainous area. The Limited and the S are the way to go (with the 3.6L Pentastar V6). And if you are in the winter climate, getting the folding "Karmann" hardtop ensures that snow will not affect you in the winter (it drives like a coupe and has a very quiet cabin, much like the VW Eos Hardtop.... but better)."