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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

Sapphire Silver

I love this car! It handles well, it's fast and gets a lot of attention! The inside is a little tight and low to the ground so someone older or with a larger frame may have difficulties getting in and out. Oh, and there is a serious blind side on both sides of the vehicle. So be sure to not rely on the side mirrors whenever changing lanes. Other than that the Crossfire is a great choice especially for the money. I recommend this car to anyone. Although I like the fact there seems to be very few of them on the streets.

- Ms. Sterling, 2005 Chrysler Crossfire

A Reminder That Driving Is A Privilege.

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.

- Car Fan, 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

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