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Customer Review Summary for Chrysler Sports Cars
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2007 Chrysler CrossfireYvonne - West Suffield, CT07/16/2014
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!!
2004 Chrysler Crossfiretoba - Lake Ridge, Virginia11/14/2008
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.
Great Car... but....
2006 Chrysler CrossfireFjc - Texas03/25/2008
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.
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