I just have to say how much I love this car. The drive is just so smooth, and it's a fast little thing. There are a few set backs to this car. One being the cup holder, and two would be getting in and out of the car in public parking areas (if another car is parked close by). Other then that, it's a great sports car. Also, it�s definitely an eye catcher.
This car is a dream to have - beautiful design and handles wonderfully. It's a pleasure car- even though you have a "big" trunk it is not like normal cars but very surprised how much I can put in there. Wants to really run so take it on highways and let it rip!!
I have the 2-door Coupe Limited in Inferno Red. Overall, a good performer. Head-turning styling with tight fit and finish. A joy to drive. Essentially a Mercedes-Benz SLK 320 w/ an Aston Martin Vanqish (appearing) skin. The Crossfire does have heavier duty anti-sway bars then the SLK 320 making it corner exceptionally well without giving the car a harsh ride. Please keep in mind due to the different wheel sizes from front to rear (Front: 18" wheels, Rear: 19" wheels) there is no spare. Automobile includes its' own version of Fix-A-Flat. There is mild wind noise from front section of doors. Rear hatch has more space than any other 2-door I've looked at--enough for a couple of suite cases, easily. There is only one (1) cup holder and it is located on the center console to the rear of the driver. I am routinely getting 25 - 25.8 mpg. My driving is highway with city mixed in. It's perfromance "sweet spot" is in the 3K - 5K RPM range, though low-end torque is not as sour as I have read on some reviews. I swapped the original air filters for a set of K & N filters. This brought my mileage from about 24 to that stated above with a (perceived) increase in low-end performance. This car is speed rated at approx 150 MPH--pretty cool to think about while sitting at the light watching peaple check out your ride.