How do I Find a Used Sebring Convertible?

1.

Search for Chrysler Sebring convertibles at CarMax (carmax.com). Make sure to set the filter to "Located at any distance" to get the largest choice of Sebring convertibles to choose from. If you find the one you want within 250 miles, CarMax will ship it to you for free, but if it is further way than 250 miles, it will charge you a $449 transfer fee in addition to the listed price of the car.

2.

Search for Chrysler Sebring Convertibles at Yahoo! Autos (autos.yahoo.com). The default filter on Yahoo! Autos just searches for Chrysler Sebrings for sale in your city, but you can go to advanced search and change that setting to anywhere within 300 miles (or customize your search by color or year etc.). Also keep in mind that most used car dealers today do list their vehicle inventory on Yahoo! Autos, so searching this database means saving a lot of time and effort in investigating local used auto lots.

3.

Check with car rental companies like Avis, Hertz or Enterprise if you are interested in buying a late model Sebring (less than three years old). Car rental companies replace their fleets every two to three years and you can often get a good deal on a used auto from them, as they are usually priced to move. Furthermore. they are usually willing to search their databases for a particular car model within your state or even an entire region of the country.

Finding a used Chrysler Sebring convertible is relatively easy, as it is a popular model that has been produced for a number of years. The Chrysler Sebring convertible was first released in 1996 as a replacement for the LeBaron, and various versions have been produced since. Chrysler merged with Fiat in 2009, and Fiat announced that the Sebring would be completely redesigned for 2011.