2005 Chrysler Crossfire Overview

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Avg. Price: $8,720
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Avg. Price: $9,345
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Avg. Price: $10,339
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Avg. Price: $11,683

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I Love This Car by cpt_morgan
 — It is such a pleasure to drive this car certainly if you are interested in high performance cars and I like the suspension on the car to be tight. It takes turns like a car with racing suspension. I b... Read More
Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe by Steve
 — I have not had any real problems. Sure there have been a few "know issues" to deal with such as one part of my seat heater had to be replaced, a seal on the transmission drain plug replaced, etc. A... Read More
The Best Of Chrysler,mercedes And Karmann by ReliableRon
 — It is a beautiful car and even now at 8 years old it still turns heads. It has a very good solid feel and rides pretty good for having 18 and 19" wheels on low profile rubber. Tracks like a go cart. I... Read More

2005 Chrysler Crossfire Overview

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2005 Chrysler Crossfire

The Chrysler Crossfire entered its second year of production in 2005, with an expended model lineup.  Two trim levels, Base and Limited, were available, and Chrysler also added a new convertible model.  There are four variations for 2005.

The new Limited trim is differentiated from the base by several amenities, including a tire pressure monitor, power/heated/leather seating, a six-speaker Infinity audio upgrade, an optional automatic transmission, and upgraded seats.  The Base is a more stripped down version of the previous year's model, which allowed anxious buyers to get into the Crossfire at a considerably lower price.  Full power accessories, dual-zone climate control, and stability control are standard across the board.

For this year only, Chrysler also offered a high-powered SRT-6 variation of the Crossfire, but that package creates a unique model, similar to the distinction between the 300 and the 300 SRT-8.

All four Crossfire variants are powered by a 3.2 liter V-6.  This engine provides 215 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with a six-speed manual transmission on the Base model.  The Limited is exclusively available with the five-speed automatic.  The Crossfire accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.8 seconds, and drivers can expect mixed driving gas mileage around 20 mpg.

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Chrysler Crossfire Questions

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I Just Replaced My Battery On '05 Crossfire. The Bas And Spoiler Lights Wil...

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Is A K&n Rechargeable Air Filter Recommended For Crossfire Srt-6 Supercharg...

I am considering installing K&N rechargeable type air filters in place of standard OEM type filters. I have heard that driveability issues may occur over time due to the oil that is impregnated into...

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Bobbie1959
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My 2005 Crossfire Sound Terrible When Its Starts, Then Runs Smooth

It was running good , then low coolant came on, found a little leak replaced the hose

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TAKMAN
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2005 Crossfire Goes Into Limp Mode

Car will go into Limp mode after about 5 miles. I pull over and disconnect the battery for about 60 seconds and it will reset the vehicle and it will let me go about another 5 miles before going into ...

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TAKMAN
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2005 Crossfire Goes Into Limp Mode

Car will go into Limp mode after about 5 miles. I pull over and disconnect the battery for about 60 seconds and it will reset the vehicle and it will let me go about another 5 miles before going into ...

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