with proper maintnance can a 2006 chrysler Sebring make it to 200k miles?

Asked by Sep 12, 2012 at 05:05 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just purchased a 2006 Chrysler Sebring 4 door sedan which has 104k miles. With proper maintnance can this car run for 200k miles?

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I'm sure you can make it last till 200K, as long as you take care of it like you say and replace parts when they need repair. You might run into some items like alternator and waterpumps, and maybe a tranmission, but keep it running!

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Change the timing belt, they should be replaced every 80 to 100,000, this will make the engine last longer.

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Agree with both Al and Tom, with care and maintenance any modern car can easily surpass 200k. I know several sebrings pushing that, as a matter of fact, the 4dr sebring is a great fleet vehicle, the 2,4L 4 can bring 32 mpg hwy, the 2.7, 28 mpg, @ 200HP. The 2.4L 4 has a timing belt that should be changed at 105K max. I believe the 2.7L has a chain. When changing the belt, have the water pump done as well, it will fail shortly, and you can save on labor and inconvenience. I recommend synthetic oil to reduce sludge formation and improve cold and hot weather performance, the extra cost is justified in my experience.

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I have a 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring sedan. bought it as the second owner in 2007, have had it until now with NO real problems, (minus the winter the squirrels got in and chewed up some wires.) Have only had to change oil, replace tires, tune up, the regular stuff. this is Sept. of 2013 now. Best American car I have owned!

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are 2005 sebring has 130k on the 2.7 and all it ever asks for is basic maintence.. the car is my wifes and never has the car failed in any way. To the person who tells you amarican cars suck, thay cant tell there ass from a hole in the ground. I also own a 2007 dakota with 158k and same thing nothing but basic maintence.. chrysler does bulid great cars

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my sister has a nissan she just bought new and the battery goes dead every night, the dealer cant find the problem and it has be in the shop for almost a month.

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i have a 2001 chrysler sebring lx when i start in engine it will not stay on i have the timing belt and water pump change last year do anyone know what wrong

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i have a 2001 chrysler sebring lx when i start in engine it will not stay on i had the timing belt and water pump change last year do anyone know what wrong

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