I had a 99 Plymouth Breeze that I traded in at 140k. The only problems it had were the oil pan cracked and the tranny went out right after I had it flushed. Literally days after.
I limped into the dealership and traded it in.
I have heard a lot of bad stories about Chrysler's after 100k so expect the worst. You might just pay for the extra warranty. Normally you never buy the extended warranty unles you are risk adverse and want the insurance of knowing it will be taken care of.
Here are some owners thoughts on this vehicle. http://www.edmunds.com/chrysler/sebring ... ik16231730http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/overv ... CID=iSEMPI
I can't believe they blue book that high. I bought my 2003 Accord for $10,900 at 40k miles. Changed the plugs at 100k and the oil every 6k like the manual says and its going on 173k right now. Still gets over 30 mpg with the air on going up hill. Best of 37 mpg from so cal to nor cal. Love it.