The Chrysler Sebring Coupe was released in 1996 to replace the outgoing LeBaron convertible. However, a difference between the coupe and convertible outside of body style was that it was actually based on the Cirrus sedan. European-bound Sebrings were known as Stratuses, and the convertible version of that model was also available in Mexico, with an additional option of a turbocharged I4 engine. Sebring convertibles came in JX, JXi, or JXi Limited trims (the latter being introduced in 1998).
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