The all-new '01 Chrysler Sebring's world premiere at Geneva proves to make two distinct statements: one reinforces DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s commitment to gain market share in Europe, another boasts DCC's flexibility as an automaker and its total product renewal cycle — the '01 Sebring rounds out a completely redesigned Chrysler passenger car lineup that is less than three years old. DCC powers its new offering with two all-aluminum engines. The 2L DOHC 16-valve 4-cyl. produces 139 hp at ...

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