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  • The problem with the car is that the front seats aren't built for people above 5'9

    • by JK

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      My dad gets company cars and travels alot for his job. He has gotten to be a pretty good judge of how different cars drive and hold up over time. We initially loved the look of the Sebring, it is sleek and elegant from the outside. The interior doesn’t seem to match the exterior and is rather cheap feeling. The car handles really well and feels

      like it hugs the road. It never had any problems mechanically and the only thing we had to worry about was changing the tires. The sound system is pretty good, and gas mileage is pretty average for a sedan. The Car has lots of cargo space for a travelor, with a large trunk.

      The problem with the car is that the front seats aren’t built for ...

      • people above 5′9. Everytime me and my dad sat up front we had to tilt are heads to one side to fit. It is plenty long providing tons of leg room for both the front and the back seats. The height, though, is definately lacking for the front.

        The other big problem for some is the lack of power it offers. It is really sluggish off

        the line and has lots of trouble getting onto interstates and on ramps. It feels like a heavy car, with a too small of an engine.

        So basically if you like the look of the car the only thing to think about is the height and the quickness. If you can afford it, it would definately be worth an engine upgrade to something with more torque.

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