At the top of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible lineup for 2008 was the Limited model, which was equipped with a 235-horsepower, 3.5-liter single-overhead-cam V6 that was linked to a six...
At the top of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible lineup for 2008 was the Limited model, which was equipped with a 235-horsepower, 3.5-liter single-overhead-cam V6 that was linked to a six-speed AutoStick automatic transmission. The Sebring Convertible also received a redesign that included a new hood, grille, and wheels.
But the big news was the addition of an optional retractable hardtop, the first in the car's history. The hardtop raises and lowers at the touch of a button and stores compactly in the trunk. A power-retractable black cloth convertible top was standard with the Sebring Convertible Limited.
Another new option was the available back-seat windscreen, which helps reduce turbulence for front-seat passengers. When not in use, the windscreen stores in the trunk.
As fitting for its position as the top of the lineup, the Sebring Convertible Limited came with a long list of premium standard features, including leather-trimmed bucket seats, a leather-wrapped shift knob, fog lamps, a security alarm, a tortoise-shell-style steering wheel, and 18-inch wheels, as well as six-way power-adjustable front bucket seats, power rack-and-pinion steering, air conditioning, power door locks, a keyless entry system, Touring suspension, a tire pressure monitoring display, and an AM/FM stereo system with an in-dash six-disc DVD/MP3 player.
Among the Sebring Convertible's many options were a MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System with Sirius satellite radio and GPS navigation, heated front seats, and heated and cooled cupholders.