The Chrysler Sebring was a line of mid-size automobiles that were sold from 1995 through 2010 by the Chrysler division of Chrysler. Three generations of convertibles, two generations of sedans, and two generations of coupés were produced. Although the coupé shared the same name and some styling cues, it was mechanically unrelated to the other Sebring models.
The Sebring line was introduced in 1995 with the Chrysler Sebring coupé. It was the replacement for the Chrysler LeBaron coupé. In 1996 the convertible was introduced, replacing its LeBaron counterpart as well. For 2001, both body styles were redesigned and a sedan version was now offered. The sedan replaced both the Chrysler Cirrus and Plymouth Breeze. The coupé was discontinued after 2005 with no replacement model planned.
The redesigned sedan was introduced for 2007, but the convertible version was not introduced until 2008. This generation added a couple new options including all-wheel drive on sedan models and a hardtop option for the convertible. All Sebring models were replaced by the Chrysler 200 for the 2011 model year.