We don't know how many times we need to say this, or how many ways, but the Chrysler Sebring must die. A million times over. It has one of the worst interiors in the history of American cars. It drives like a Toyota Camry with a flat tire. It looks like an adult who suffered from fetal-alcoholic syndrome and fell asleep on a George Foreman grill. It's one of the cheapest convertibles on the market, especially after discounts, which makes it a popular choice for people who don't care about the car they're driving or what it looks like. While GM and Ford are trying to send the message that cars made in American can be great, the Sebring says "not so fast!"
What car do you think should die?
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