Chrysler Sebring Oil Type

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Chrysler Sebring

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You can find 14 different trims for the Chrysler Sebring and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2000 through to 2010 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Sebring first made its debut in 1995. The mid-size Chrysler then remained on the market until its discontinuation in 2010.

Unlike most models that are discontinued these days, its retirement was not due to low sales numbers like many other models. In fact, at this point, the sedan and convertible variants were simply replaced by the Chrysler 200.

In its time on the market, three generations were released. The third and last iteration of the Sebring made its debut in 2007 - just three years before it was discontinued.

The Chevrolet Malibu was one of the main competitors of the model. Other notable rivals include the Dodge Stratus and Ford Five Hundred.

The model was sold in a number of trim levels over the years. These typically consisted of the Base, GTC, Limited, LX, LXi, Touring, and TSi. However, trim options were reduced to just the Base, LX, Touring, Limited AWD, and Limited for the final iteration.

Not all trims were sold for the various body configurations of the model as some layouts received exclusive packages. These were a 2-door coupe, a 2-door convertible or a 4-door sedan.

Powertrain options included only gasoline engines for the vast time of the model’s stay on the market. Only a single 2.0 L diesel was sold for export models.

Petrol options typically ranged between a 2.0 L inline-4 up to a 3.5 L V6.

The Sebring had a huge list of transmission options. These consisted of numerous 4-speed, 5-speed, and 6-speed automatics. There were also a number of manual gearboxes on offer.