Chrysler has gone official with the 2007 Sebring – look how happy the engineers and such are in the supplied picture – and they’ve thrown in a healthy sampling of extra incentives to entice buyers. Among the highlights are a Harmon/Kardon navigation system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen, an integrated 20GB hard drive for tunes, Sirius satellite radio, built-in Bluetooth handsfree connectivity and a line-in jack for MP3 players. It’s nice that the cupholders can both cool and warm your drinks from 35°F on the low end to 140°F on the high end.
Standard features include ESP with Brake Assist, ABS, Traction Control, and a tire pressure monitoring system. Engine choices include a 172hp four-banger, a 190hp 2.7L V6, and a hefty 3.5L six-cylinder capable of 235hp. No word on pricing, but expect the 07 Sebring to start popping up in showrooms in the fourth quarter of this year. And if it performs anything like the ’06 Sebring, be prepared for a boat ride of fun.