Chrysler Sebring Owner's Manuals
The 2010 Chrysler Sebring ranks last in the midsize car class for 2010, although it has some positive qualities. When it was new, test drivers liked the Sebring’s comfortable ride and ergonomic interior layout. They also appreciated the available MyGIG infotainment and navigation system. The Sebring also earned good safety ratings and was available as a convertible with a hard top or soft top with automatic folding.
Unfortunately, the 2010 Sebring has more minuses than pluses. When it was new, car critics said its drivetrain was poor, the base four-cylinder engine offered competitive fuel economy but was underpowered. Meanwhile, the Sebring’s more powerful V6 can’t match the fuel economy of competitors like the 2010 Honda Accord and 2010 Toyota Camry.
The 2010 Chrysler Sebring sedan is available with either a four-cylinder engine or a choice of two V6 engines. A four-speed automatic transmission comes with the lower and mid-range engines, while Limited models with the larger V6 get a six-speed automatic transmission. Six airbags and anti-lock brakes are standard on the 2010 Sebring sedan, while electronic stability control and traction control were available as options.