1996 CHRYSLER Sebring, 4-cyl. ^ V-6

1996 CHRYSLER Sebring, 4-cyl. ^ V-6

SEBRING — SERIES J (coupe)/SERIES X (convertible) — FOUR/V-6 - Sharing the cab toward design of its Chrysler stablemates, a four-passenger convertible joined the Sebring series in 1996. The Sebring ragtop was offered in two trim levels: JX and JXi, similar to the existing Sebring LX and LXi coupes introduced the year previous. While the Sebring coupe was based on the FJ platform, the Sebring convertible was based on the JA platform also used for the Cirrus sedan (the convertible's platform was renamed JX by Chrysler engineers to avoid confusion with the Cirrus platform). The JX convertible was powered by the dual overhead cam 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine linked to an electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The more upscale JXi model used the 24-valve 2.5-liter V-6 and four-speed automatic as its powertrain. This pair was also optional in the JX. All powertrains were now equipped ...

 

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