Sterling Heights, Mich.
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The Chrysler Sebring was nobody's first choice for a convertible, unless you were as middle-manager Michael Scott's on NBC's
. The name change to 200 not only brought back a semblance of respect to the affordable convertible, but boosted sales. The 125,500 sold last year were not only a vast improvement over the 38,000 Sebrings sold in 2010, but the most the Sebring/200 line had sold since 2007. Yet another big update is coming soon, which isn't such a bad thing for one of Chrysler's new Italian ownership's most stable American cars.