Chrysler Sebring owners have reported a total of 4,040 problems for their cars built in the 16 model years listed in the chart below. The chart shows the number of problems reported across all service years for each given model year of the Chrysler Sebring. The 1996 Chrysler Sebring cars have the most problems reported (416 problems).
The following chart shows the 25 most common problems for Chrysler Sebring cars. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's engine and engine cooling (622 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's electrical system (582 problems).
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Engine And Engine Cooling|
|Vehicle Speed Control|
|Gasoline Fuel System|
|Unknown Or Other|
|Other Fuel System|
|Electronic Stability Control|
It would not be fair to compare the Chrysler Sebring of an older model year to newer model years since older vehicles have been in service longer and thus are expected to have more problems. In order to compare the reliability across Sebring model years, we use the PPMY index which is defined as the problems reported per thousand vehicles per Year. A smaller PPMY index indicates greater reliability of the given model year cars.
PPMY = P / S / Y * 1000,
where P = total problems reported during the life of a Chrysler Sebring model year; S = total units sold of the model year; Y = years since the debut of the model year (the age of the vehicle).
The results are shown in Table 3.
Another way to measure the reliability across the model years of the Chrysler Sebring is to use the total number of problems reported during the vehicle's first year in service, as shown in the Table 4.
|Model Year||Problems Reported|