Chrysler Sebring Cabrio 2.0i 16v
Model Year 2001, D - Segment (Large family car)

drivers'

3.0

rating

cabriolet
cabriolet
x 2
x 2
Front
Front
2.0 L4 16v
Nat. Asp.
Nat. Asp.
Petrol
Petrol

Basic info on Chrysler Sebring Cabrio 2.0i 16v

The American car was first shown in year 2001 and powered by a 4 - cylinder nat. asp. petrol unit, produced by Chrysler. The engine offers a displacement of 2.0 litre matched to a front wheel drive system and a manual gearbox with 5 gears. Vehicle in question is a large family car with the top speed of 200km/h, reaching the 100km/h (62mph) mark in s and consuming around 10.2 liters of fuel every 100 kilometers.

Data

Engine info ( issues & breakdowns )
Chrysler

2.0 ECC DOHC

displacement:
1995
cc
configuration:
4 - Inline
 
valves:
16, 4 p/ cylinder
 
aspiration:
Nat. Asp.
 
fuel type:
Petrol
 
power:
140
hp
torque:
188
Nm
Vehicle information - Chrysler Sebring
not tested
produced:
2001. - 2003.
 
body style:
cabriolet
2 door
length:
4921
mm
width:
1763
mm
height:
1401
mm
boot:
320
l
fuel tank:
60
l

Performance

Manual gearbox performance

emission

E

category

manual gearbox

5 gears

average

10.2

l/100km

weight:
1500
kg
acc. 0-100 km/h:
s
top speed:
200
km/h
cons. (urban):
13.8
l/100km
cons. (highway):
8.0
l/100km
cons. (average):
10.2
l/100km
CO2 emissions:
196
g/km

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Safety results for Chrysler Sebring

EuroNCAP: not tested

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