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Edmunds drives the Sebring

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I agree too.

Chrysler is known for taking risks. And it didn't. That's a mistake.

They really ought to have made a rear-drive/all-drive midsizer to stand out.

But, as it stands, the 2.4L should have a manual tranny standard, 5-speed automatic optional, with a 5-speed standard with the 2.7L V6, and maybe have a 6-speed amnual optional on something like a GTC model with the 3.5L V6.

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