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2003 Chrysler Sebring Mid-Size Convertible

Sebring happens to be the best-selling convertible in America. It follows in a long line of convertible classics from Chrysler: Town & Country, Imperial, New Yorker, LeBaron and, most recently, the previous design for Sebring that also scored as most popular ragtop in America. The second generational design for Sebring emerged late in 2001 charged with power and equipped with fun-to-drive mechanical components. Cool styling matches Sebring's quick performance. It supports either an economical 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine or Chrysler's lively 2.7-liter V6 with 200 hp, yet the sporty GTC edition draws exclusively from the V6. What makes GTC special is that it provides the first manual transmission for the convertible and comes with tight sport tuning for the suspension. GTC also wears a spoiler on the tail, body-colored moldings for flanks and special 16-inch painted aluminum wheels. In the five-place cockpit, GTC adds white-faced gauges in the instrument cluster including a tachometer, and there's a stereo AM/FM sound kit with CD player. Cloth fabric covers seats in Sebring LX. Sebring LXi earns leather seat upholstery and the Limited has supple premium leather, while GTC gets a two-tone leather treatment.