How many miles do Chrysler Sebring convetibles get before they die.

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Asked by Apr 11, 2014 at 05:45 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Base Convertible

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I have a 2006 Chrysler Sebring convertible.  This is a great car and I love it.  I have had her since 2009 and have only replaced the alternator, battery, from brake pads, fixed the exhaust and replaced the timing belt and water pump.  Its got 135,000 miles on the engine and is still going strong but I am not sure how many miles these sebring convertibles typically get.  I know it varies and depends on the car but I am trying to make plans for my future car and save money and all of that.  I just don't know if Sebrings are 200,000 cars or more than that.  Trying to ascertain how much time I may have.  I adore this car and would like to get as much out of it as I can.   I was just trying to get a sense of how many miles they typically get.

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Most car with car will last to 200K these days, maybe more. Just maintain it, fix it when things breaks and keep it clean. At 135K, you might be looking at freshening up the suspension. You'll know when it's time to move on.

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I agree with Tom, I have an 06 identical to yours, i can't believe 8 years have passed, i replaced front pads/rotors, coolant bleeder valve, tires, but i only have 40K+. The 200 convertible is discontinued, so our replacement options are getting slimmer. Maintenance IS key, my first sebring was a 2000 and had 0 problems. I think those that grouse purchased neglected cars, or did not follow proper maintenance themselves. Isn't it nice have a ride you love, and no car payments!

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My 2006 convertible Touring has 258,000 miles and runs great. I need to replaces a few items to be really great.

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Just passed 200,000 miles today. I love this car and wish I could buy a new one whenever this one is beyond repair. Chrysler should make the 2004-06 car again with their stronger VVT V-6 in it. That would be a great cross country cruiser. Since new, I have replaced: bleeder housing, starter, alternator, soft top, front lower control arms, front hubs, 1 coil, Passenger window regulator, head lights, spark plugs at 190K, all 4 struts, battery, trunk lift struts twice and replaced tires 5 times now. Other wise an oil change every 4K miles and put in gas. It is a fun to drive comfortable long drive car.

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