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4.7 out of 5(160 reviews)

Great Car... but....

The Crossfire is a great looking sports car with very good performance. However, there are two major problems. One, upkeep is very expensive. Since its a baby Mercedes, it cost an arm and a let to maintain and even more to fix. Also, test engineers at Chrysler verified that the tires are a major problem. For whatever reason, there is a need to replace tires often, and at $800 a pair (2 sets / different size) it can get costly. If you won't be driiving the Crossfire much, its great. If you want to use it as a second car or even a primary mode of transportation, get ready to pay for the joy.

- Fjc, 2006 Chrysler Crossfire

Fun, fuel efficient, and dependable!

It is a hoot to drive. It is not super fast, but it gets good fuel mileage and it has been totally dependable. I killed a deer with it three years ago and the car was nearly totaled, but it has been totally reliable since that time. It is good looking and it is rare enough that people sometimes think it is an exotic sports car. It is totally fun to drive and very practical if you don't need a back seat.

- Jon, 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

It really is a SPORTS CAR

In terms of design the car is really about as good as it gets, timeless... In terms of engineering, I would rate it mechanically very good, there being only a couple of things I would change....lack of spare, cup holder.

- Charles, 2007 Chrysler Crossfire

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.