Feels like a luxury sports car
2003 Chrysler Sebring LXi
I love my car ... problems and all. I bought my car second hand from an individual. It currently has a valve cover leak and needs a new EGR valve. However, even with those issues my car still runs really well. It has a little difficulty with wanting to stay running when first started but after warming up she runs beautifully. I just replaced the starter in it at 91,500 miles. This car sits rather low to the ground and rides more like a sports car and not a luxury sedan. You do feel all the bumps and bangs as you go down the road.
My car has an am/FM stereo with a CD player. There is not an audio jack to plug in an AV cord so therefore I cannot play music off of my phone. The car comes with xfinity speakers and the sound is fantastic. There are radio controls on the back of the steering wheel which makes hands free driving much easier. Bluetooth is not available in this car. The car does have excellent heat and air. I have cloth seats, no heated or cooled seats. Electric windows with auto roll down on the driver's side. It has a sunroof which is nice; however I don't use it much.
My car is only 2 doors and makes it a little more difficult getting in and out of the backseat ... especially for adults. Taller individuals may find the ride in the car a bit uncomfortable. My friend at 6'3' has to lean the seat back a ways to sit in it comfortably ... if in the backseat that is not possible to do. The trunk is very spacious.