Parkers overall rating: 2 out of 5 2.0

With its pebble grain instrument panel, glossy tortoise-shell inserts and metallic strips, the interior of the Sebring is different but not particularly tasteful. The electrically adjustable seat and a steering wheel that adjusts for reach and rake means its easy to find comfortable driving position but the quality is awful and there are rough edges and evidence of a poor finish everywhere.

The shallow windows and a thick side window pillar can impair over-the-shoulder vision.

On smooth surfaces the Sebring is bearable, but at speed there's too much engine and wind noise for it to be relaxing. The seats do feel firm but are reasonably comfortable over long trips, plus there's plenty of space up front. Room in the back is good too, with generous head and leg room for two adults while the rear door pockets are shaped to carry bottles and cupholders are built into the centre armrest.