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2001 Chrysler Sebring Trims


Avg. Price: $4,187

The LX sedan offered the most affordable route to Sebring ownership in 2001. Like the coupe, the LX sedan is powered by a 2.4 liter inline four, which has been tweaked here for eight additional horsepower, bringing the total count to 150. Torque is also bumped from 158 to 167 pound-feet. This engine is mated to the four-speed automatic transmission.

The LX sedan offers the slimmest list of standard features, but convenience items like keyless entry, cruise control, full power accessories and air conditioning are all included.

LX Convertible

28 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,109

The LX trim is the base level trim on all three Sebring body styles. The convertible models are all better-equipped than the coupe and sedan. Standard features include keyless entry, a power top, cruise control, full power accessories and intermittent wipers. ABS is optional on this trim.

All Sebring convertibles are powered by the same 2.7 liter V-6, generating 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. Fuel economy is estimated at 20/28 mpg for this model.

LX Coupe

11 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,117

The LX Coupe is the most modestly powered of all the Sebring models. The 2.4 liter inline four delivers just 142 horsepower, but there are no substantial gains in fuel economy beyond that of the V-6 models.

This coupe had the second lowest MSRP of all Sebring models in 2001, and still retails for about $1500 less than the LX convertible. Only the LX sedan costs less. Standard features are quite generous for the price. This trim includes keyless entry, full power accessories, cruise control, an electro-chromatic rear view mirror and an anti-theft system.


Avg. Price: $4,392

Chrysler introduced the first Sebring sedan in 2001. The LXi was the upper of two trim levels, and it was differentiated from the LX sedan by a larger engine and several additional features.

This model is powered by the same 2.7 liter V-6 found in all the Sebring convertibles. This engine produces 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque, and is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission.

The LXi adds leather seats, a leather-trimmed shifter and steering wheel, a garage door opener and an upgraded audio system.

LXi Convertible

63 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,556

The LXi is the second level of three Sebring convertible trims. Standard features have been upgraded significantly on this model. The LXi is set apart from the LX with respect to appearance by the addition of fog lights, leather seating, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob and 16-inch alloy wheels. Additional luxury and convenience items include an Infinity CD audio system, a trip computer, anti-theft system, power driver's seat, and an electro-chromatic rear view mirror.

LXi Coupe

34 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,085

The LXi is the upper of two Sebring Coupe trim levels. The LXi Coupe is the only Sebring model to be powered by a 3.0 liter V-6, which generates 200 horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque. This engine is paired with a five-speed manual transmission.

This model is set apart from the LX by the addition of 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, and a leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. An Infinity audio system is also included.

Limited Convertible

Avg. Price: $5,119

The Sebring Limited Convertible is the most expensive and well-appointed Sebring model for 2001. Like the two lower trim levels, the Limited is powered by the same 2.7 liter V-6, which provides 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque.

The Limited is equipped with all of the LXi amenities, like keyless entry, leather seats, an Infinity audio system and cruise control. Limited upgrades include 16-inch chrome wheels and a CD changer. ABS has also been added to the list of standard safety features.