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2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 Overview
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The Chrysler Crossfire was introduced in 2004, as a replacement for the previously discontinued Prowler. Both are classified as sports cars, but the similarities between the two end there. The Crossfire was a Mercedes-inspired vehicle, and used 40% Mercedes components. The Crossfire represents the first collaboration between the two automakers, joined through DaimlerChrysler, and it shares a chassis and drive train with the Mercedes SLK.
There was only one version offered in 2004, but Chrysler introduced several new variants the following year. Two versions, which were technically separate models, were the first Chryslers to wear the SRT badge.
This badge signifies the addition of a much more powerful engine. The Crossfire was powered by a 3.2 liter, 215 horsepower V-6, supplied by Mercedes Benz. The SRT-6 uses a supercharged version of this engine, which delivers 330 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The SRT also gets a special suspension system and Chrysler's AutoStick transmission.
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Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 Questions
How Many Srt Were Built For Usa Distribution?
Where Would I Find A Repair Manual For A 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Srt Conver...
I would like to find a repair manual because of two problems. First, the convertible top is broken and NOONE seems to know how to fix it. Second, while driving it will just die. I wait a minute and it...
Who Knows The Production Years Of The Crossfire?
I'm told the SRT 6 was only '05 with a few '06, mostly the Coupe models on these as well. Just a little curios.
I Have A Chrysler Crossfire Srt 6 Coupe And My Locks Stopped Working The Bu...
Is It Reliabale
Is the car reliable, What kind of problems have been reported?