The JX was the the base-level trim for the Sebring convertible. The standard features list on this model was quite generous, and Chrysler added to added to that list on the upper trims. Convenience items included full power accessories, heated mirrors, a power driver's seat, keyless entry, a power top, and cruise control. All Sebrings came standard with four-wheel ABS.
The convertible and coupe were two distinct models, with each built atop a unique platform. Chrysler added some additional standard features to the base convertible, beyond what was offered with the base coupe, to help justify the higher price.
The Sebring JXi was the second level trim for the convertible body style. Along with all of the standard features found on the base JX model, the JXi came standard with luxury upgrades like leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a trip computer, an anti-theft system and an upgraded Infinity audio system. Appearance wise, the JXi could be distinguished from the JX by the addition of fog lamps and 16-inch alloy wheels.
All models houses the same V-6 power plant.
The LXi was the higher of two trim levels for the 2000 Sebring Coupe. While its shares its name with the Sebring Convertible, the two cars are actually quite unique from one another. the Coupe is based on the Cirrus sedan, and weighs almost 300 pounds less than the convertible.
Standard features on this upper level coupe trim include all of the items found on the LX, along with appearance enhancements like tinted glass, 17-inch alloy wheels and a rear spoiler. Luxury upgrades include an anti-theft system, a power driver's seat, a CD player, a garage door opener and keyless entry.