If you looked at this Craigslist listing and said, "holy crap who would do that to a Bentley Continental?" don't worry. It's actually a Chrysler Sebring.
Carl Rice was given a 2001 Chrysler Sebring by his grandfather, which I think may be the most common way anyone ends up owning a Sebring. An accident on one of California's Hobbesian freeways led him to converting it into a post-apocalyptic survival machine.
I wonder if there's an equivalent saying in Mandarin for "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade." In this case, the lemon is the Chrysler Sebring and the lemonade is this surprisingly attractive Chinese electric car.
When you're renting a car, do you go with the boring choice... or do you live it up?
The competition for the title of Worst Bad Car Ad Parody was tough, but Alex's $23,000 Chrysler Sebring ad came out on top!
Some cars were born to be driven, some to be lusted after, and a few designed to be feared. With assistance from our frightened readers we've singled out the ten cars that scare the crap out of us.
A few weeks back, while hanging with the perpetrators of the 24 Hours Of LeMons Gator-O-Rama, I found that an offhand comment from one of our esteemed commenters had totally colonized our minds.
Federal law says repossessors can't "breach the peace" while repossessing cars, but it doesn't provide more detail than that. We doubt it includes killing an Alabama man over his Chrysler Sebring.
Chrysler's latest survival scheme? Fancy toys in budget models. It used to be, that if you wanted heated seats and other fancy interior amenities in your Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Avenger, you had to plop down more cash for the 3.5-liter V6-equipped models. Now, as the company struggles to stay afloat amid high gas…