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2003 Chrysler Sebring Trims

GTC Convertible

Avg. Price: $5,095

The GTC trim offered a sportier finish for the Sebring Convertible. The GTC included distinct features vinyl seats, a sport-tuned suspension and a rear spoiler. This model also upgraded to the 2.7 liter, 200 horsepower V-6, mated here to a five-speed manual transmission.

Other GTC features included full power accessories, keyless entry, cruise control a CD sound system, four-wheel ABS and 16-inch alloy wheels. An optional six-disc in-dash CD changer replaced the prior four-disc unit.


49 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,547

The LX Sedan offers the most economical path to Sebring ownership. Chrysler has left off some features found on the LX coupe and convertible, but the sedan does come standard with full power accessories, keyless entry, air conditioning and 16-inch alloy wheels. Items like the CD player, cruise control and ABS are all optional.

The LX is powered by the 2.4 liter four cylinder engine, which provides 150 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic is the only available transmission on any sedan.

LX Convertible

Avg. Price: $5,459

In the previous year, Chrysler was able to lower the price of the LX convertible by replacing the V-6 with a 2.4 liter inline four. This engine generates 150 horsepower and 167 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission.

Although Chrysler intended the LX as a reasonably priced convertible variant, standard features are still abundant. Keyless entry, a power convertible top, full power accessories and air conditioning are all included. Safety items like ABS and side airbags are optional on this model.

LX Coupe

14 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,516

The two Sebring coupes have received a makeover for the 2003 model year. Chrysler has restyled both the front and rear fascias, and the headlight, taillight, and fog lamp designs are also new. The coupe's interior has also been overhauled. Differences from the 2002 model include a revised dash, center console and instrument layout. Trim levels and drive trains are unchanged.

The LX is the base level coupe, but a substantial list of appointments include an anti-theft system, keyless entry, full power accessories, privacy glass and a CD changer. An 147 horsepower four cylinder engine may be paired with either a five speed manual or a four speed automatic transmission. The manual pairing offers the best gas mileage of any Sebring, at 24/32 mpg.


Avg. Price: $5,403

The LXi is the upper tier of the two Sebring sedan trims. The LX's inline four engine is replaced by a 2.7 liter V-6, which offers 50 additional horsepower. Overall, the Sebring is supplied with 200 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque, with a four-speed automatic sending power to the front wheels.

The LXi offers all the LX standard features, and also adds a trip computer, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, an eight-way power driver's seat, wood trim, a CD audio system and cruise control.

LXi Convertible

Avg. Price: $5,103

Chrysler's LXi trim provides all three Sebring body styles with a more luxurious finish. LXi upgrades include a trip computer, Infinity CD audio system, heated mirrors, cruise control and a power seat for the driver. This model also gets a more upscale look, thanks to the addition of leather upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter and 16-inch alloy wheels. On the convertible body alone, drivers can opt for the even more luxurious Limited trim.

Power is supplied by a 2.7 liter V-6, which makes 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic is the only transmission option on this trim.

LXi Coupe

Avg. Price: $5,487

The Sebring Coupe is unique from the Cirrus-based convertible and sedan because it is built from the same platform as the Mitsubishi Eclipse. It was the only body style to get a face lift for the 2003 model year. Exterior changes include new designs for the head, tail, and fog lamps, along with a new hood shape and rear fascia. Inside, Chrysler has altered the dash layout and the center stack and console.

LXi is considerably more upscale than the base LX. This upper level coupe is supplied with 200 horsepower, thanks to a more powerful 3.0 liter V-6. The five-speed manual transmission is also available on this model. Other upgrades include 17-inch chrome wheels, leather trim on the steering wheel and shifter, steering wheel audio controls and a premium Infinity audio system with a CD changer. ABS remains optional.

Limited Convertible

Avg. Price: $6,089

Chrysler's Limited trim is only offered on one Sebring model, and this convertible is the exclusive recipient. On other body styles, LXi is the top shelf trim, with features like keyless entry, wood trim, privacy glass, leather trim on the steering wheel and shifter, and a trip computer. Opting for the Limited on the convertible will add a premium Infinity sound system, a CD changer, standard ABS and an electro-chromatic rear view mirror. Both the LXi and the Limited come with leather seating.

The same 2.7 liter V-6 is found under the hood on this model.