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By Jed Maxwell
30 October 2006 08:30
The Sebring has been out in the US since 1998 where it has been a reasonable seller, but hardly set showrooms alight. Even so, that’s more than could be said for the Cabriolet versions that the UK importer bought over here in 2001 and 2002 - it sold just 35 of them in two years. But this all-new saloon, with petrol and diesel engines and numerous gadgets, should fare a little better.
Chrysler is on a roll having just enjoyed its best ever September sales worldwide and having been the fastest growing brand in Europe in the past three months. Also, the new Sebring is the first ever Mondeo-segment car that Chrysler has built in right-hand-drive and with a diesel engine. Plus, the forthcoming Los Angeles Motor Show is likely to see a thinly-disguised coupe-cabriolet version of the Sebring due to go into production in 2008.
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