[quote author=pakiemak link=topic=49943.msg1096582#msg1096582 date=1165083734]
The only things that Chrysler did right is the 20g HD radio, heated/cooled cup holders and the lowering/raising windows via keyfob. The Fusion SEL is more car than that Chrysler-Toyota-wanna-be.
i saw one the other day and it is UGLY do not like it a bit.
I never thought that I would say it....a Sebring that looks pretty good!
Nothing personal, but that is one ugly car -- from every angle. Beauty is, after all, in the eyes of the beholder. The Sebring leaves me cold. It looks like a hodge podge of other manufacturers all thrown together in one place. Dodge (Chrysler) hasn't made a good-looking set of wheels since the 1966 Dodge Monaco. We love the looks of our 2007 V6 Fusion SEL AWD but the in-town gas mileage (now at 13) really sucks.
I never thought that I would say it....a Sebring that looks pretty good! That's the problem with Crystler's. With the exception of this one, They all look good. What they lack is durability. When I drove a 10 car car hauler for a living We hauled mainly Crystler's & Ford lease trade-in's. You would not believe how many Crystler's I had to keep my foot on the excelerater of to keep them running. Some of the trucks are better but, the seabring was the worst offender. With the 2 year old Ford's my biggest trouble was a flat tire or a dead battery! Not to mention there habitual transmission failures. Before Janus Dodge closed I talked to one of their tech's he told me that their dealership was averaging 14 tranny rebuilds a month. It's a damn shame to because the 2008 Dodge Challenger is a bad looking mother! I beleave that I have an un biased opinion. because at that point I was a Chevy man!
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