2010 Chrysler Sebring: A Midsize Car with Great Fuel Efficiency

The 2010 Chrysler Sebring is a midsize car that offers great fuel efficiency, making it a popular choice for those looking for an affordable yet eco-friendly car. With a front-wheel drive and a 4-cylinder, 2.4 engine displacement, this car is perfect for those who want to save some money on gas.

The Sebring's fuel type is regular gasoline, and it comes with an automatic 4-spd transmission. It is classified as a midsize car and has an EPA model type index of 530. The car's combined mpg for fuel type is 24, with 21 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. Its annual petroleum consumption is 12.39625, and it has a CO2 tailpipe for fuel type of 370.2916666666667.

You can save up to $1500 annually when driving the Sebring, making it a great choice for those on a budget. The annual fuel cost for this car is $2400, which is lower than other midsize cars in its class. It also has a GHG score and a start-stop feature.

The Sebring has a base model of Sebring and does not have any electric motor or T Charger. It also does not have any range or electric consumption data since it is not a hybrid car. However, it is still a great choice for those who want a car that is affordable and environmentally friendly.