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Average User Score
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2006 Chrysler Crossfire Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 14 reviews
The 2006 Crossfire was carried over from the previous model year, but Chrysler would not offer the Crossfire in 2007. A separate high-performance model, called the Crossfire SRT-6 was also discontinued after 2005.
This year, Chrysler continued with two trim levels, but the Base model was renamed the Standard. There are four models, two coupes and convertibles, ranging in price by almost $6000.
The Standard comes equipped with dual-zone climate control, full power accessories, stability and traction control, and ABS with BrakeAssist. Upgrades for the Limited include a six-speaker Infinity audio system, a tire pressure monitor, a cabin air filter, and power/heated leather seating.
All four models house a Mercedes-engineered 3.2 SOHC liter V-6, which provides 215 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual is the only transmission choice on the Standard trim, while the Limited is available with a five-speed automatic. The Crossfire speeds from 0 to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds, and drivers can expect mixed driving mileage around 20 mpg.
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Chrysler Crossfire Questions
My Convertible Top Tonneau Cover Flaps Won't Open Are Close Automatically.
2006 Crossfire, convertible top , everything works FINE except the flaps on the tonneau cover do not flip up or fold down automatically. I have to hold them , so I can put the top up.
The Rear Window On My 06 Chrysler Crossfire Has Separated And Chrysler Is R...
My Crossfires Tank Reads Full And Is Not. It Will Not Take Gas At All Eithe...
I have no idea how much gas is in the car.
Replace Original Wheels
I was wondering if there was a recommended size of wheel and tire that could be installed on a Crossfire that would allow tire rotation from front to rear, i.e. having the same size tire on both front...