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Ravenfreak13

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Theres a an 05 Sebring coupe limited for sale in my area with 171 miles on it for $12,900. Good deal, thinking about saving up a little and buying it.

2005 Chrysler Sebring Cpe

3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission

Exterior: Dark Titanium Metallic

Interior: Black Leather

Drivetrain: Front Wheel Drive

Body Style: 2dr Car

Mileage: 171

IN: 4C3AG52H05E022397

Stock Number: 9722

Sebring Cpe 2dr Limited *Ltd Avail*

STANDARD EQUIPMENT

- A/C

- Adjustable Steering Wheel

- Alarm

- Aluminum Wheels

- AM/FM Stereo

- Bucket Seats

- CD Changer

- Leather Seats

- Cruise Control

- Driver Air Bag

- Front Tow Hooks

- Front Wheel Drive

- Gasoline Fuel

- Passenger Air Bag

- Power Door Locks

- Power Steering

- Power Windows

- Premium Sound System

- Tires - Front Performance

- Tires - Rear Performance

- Vehicle Anti-Theft System

SAFETY

- Dual note horn

- Brake/park interlock

- Rear center 3-point safety belt

- Front height adjustable shoulder belts

- Driver/front passenger air bags

INTERIOR

- Trunk cargo net

- Trunk dress-up

- Lights-inc: trunk, glove box, front courtesy/map, rear courtesy/reading

- Premium door trim w/map pocket

- Dual illuminated visor vanity mirrors

- Auxiliary 12V pwr outlet

- AM/FM stereo w/4-disc CD changer-inc: (7) Infinity speakers

- Air conditioning

- Rear window defroster

- Remote trunklid release

- Cruise control

- Immobilizer system

- Security alarm

- Pwr door locks

- Pwr tinted windows w/driver-side express-down feature

- Warning buzzer-inc: key-in-ignition, safety belt

- Instrumentation-inc: 140 mph speedometer, tachometer

- Floor-mounted console w/cupholders

- -wrapped steering wheel/shift knob w/audio controls

- Tilt steering column

- Floor & trunk area carpet

- low-back front bucket seats w/driver height adjustment

EXTERIOR

- Front license plate bracket

- Variable-intermittent windshield wipers w/washer

- Tinted windshield glass

- Dual pwr exterior mirrors

- Fog lamps

- Dual halogen headlights

MECHANICAL

- Bright exhaust tip

- 16.3 gallon fuel tank

- Pwr 4-wheel disc brakes

- Pwr rack & pinion steering

- Compact spare tire

- 17" x 6.5" aluminum wheels

- Touring suspension

- Tow hooks

- 90-amp alternator

- 525 CCA maintenance-free battery w/rundown protection

- Front wheel drive

- Brake/park interlock

- Lock-up torque converter

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They're actually nice cars, since they're essentially a stretched '00-05 Mitubishi Eclipse through and through. And really old leftovers aren't that unordinary, since the coupes never seemed to catch on when new.

Sitting so long, fluids and such should be changed, but otherwise, I'd say it's a good buy considering it's technically still new and less than half the new cost. Used ones, of that vintage, with miles and abuse go for around that much.

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that style looks so much better than the new ones. a coworker has an off white coupe. good looking car.

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Sound good! Double check for any possibility it has an adverse history (IE water damage to Katrina) that would explain it's low price...

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I always liked those coupes... although the original Stratus design appeals most to me.

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yes unfortunatelly.

I'm sure if it hasn't been sold in 2 years, that it will be there when i save up more.

True, and you know, that actually isn't that unordinary. Of many different cars that don't sell...I remember last year being on Ebay and seeing 2+ year old BRAND NEW Sebring coupes on Ebay, being sold as really old new leftovers. Really just a car that happened to sit...and really sit...

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It nice looking..go for it.

I agree too with the fluid changes....

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