Categories

Posts Tagged ‘Chrysler Sebring Convertible Top Replacement’

Chrysler Sebring convertible top

Image courtesy Flickr/Denis Dore Photography

At first glance, the Chrysler Sebring may seem to be a thoroughly middle-of-the-road car. People get excited about the flashy convertibles, the Mazda Miatas and Ford Mustangs. But a surprising number of Sebrings have been sold over the years.

 

What’s the Sebring’s secret? Put simply, a lot of people want a convertible, but they don’t necessarily want to pay top dollar for a sports car like the Mustang or a BMW convertible. The Sebring is a convertible for the rest of us, so to speak.

 

This is no doubt why the producers of The Office chose it as the favorite car of everyman Michael Scott. (When Michael was being wooed back into the fold, one of the few demands he made of Dunder Mifflin was that they provide him with a Sebring convertible to replace the one he had traded in the season before.)

 

As a sensible, reliable car, we sell a lot of replacement convertible tops. After all, keeping the car that you already own can save you over $30,000 over the course of your lifetime, versus trading it in for a newer model! It makes economic sense to replace your convertible’s top, if the top is showing wear and tear from years of service.

 

If you need a new Sebring convertible top, check out our selections today! Got a question? Just ask!

Chrysler Sebring convertibleThe original Chrysler Sebring was introduced in 1995 as a new midsize coupe in Chrysler’s line-up. The convertible and the standard Sebrings were only distantly related – the standard Sebring was closely related to the Mitsubishi Galant, whereas the convertible launched in 1996, and was built on Chrysler’s own platform. To quote, Edmunds, the Chrysler Sebring convertible “brought class, dignity and a bit of luxury to this otherwise whimsical segment.”

 

The second generation Chrysler Sebring was produced from 2001-2006, and again used separate platforms for each body style. The second generation convertible Sebring was redesigned, and shared most of its sheet metal with the sedan.

 

The third generation of Chrysler Sebrings was launched in 2007. Initially, Chrysler did not produce a convertible Sebring during these years, instead carrying forward the 2006 Sebring convertible through 2008. The 2008 convertible was for the first time available in an optional hardtop, in addition to the standard cloth and vinyl tops which had been offered since the early years.

 

We offer replacement convertible soft tops for all three generations of Chrysler Sebrings: 1996-2000 (which came with a two-piece style top, meaning that you can buy a top and window, or just buy only the top or only the window as needed), 2001-2006 (ditto), and 2007-2010 (in this model, the glass window stays on the car and attaches to the new convertible top).

Subscribe
Subscribe via RSS