2006 Chrysler Crossfire Overview


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Avg. Price: $10,164
Coupe Limited
Avg. Price: $10,614
Avg. Price: $11,171
Roadster Limited
Avg. Price: $13,245

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4.55 stars

Based on 14 reviews

Defintly A Worthy Chrysler/mercedes Effort by John
 — The fruit of a joint effort of both Chrysler and Mercedes Benz is definitly worth taking a look at. The fat rear wheels on this car give it a lot of stability and handling and the large breaks on the... Read More
2006 Limited Chrysler Crossfire Roadster by musicslave
 — Simply an enjoyable 'Limited' roadster with discriminating looks and style. Less trouble getting in and out of than my '68 Jag E-Type, and it's getting just as many looks! Bought in prestine condition... Read More
I Want Two! At Least! by JerrieMarie
 — I love this car! Very dependable, tight and fast in corners. The scream of the V6 is pure music! There is almost no extra room besides that for two adults and a bag a piece. A romantic cruiser for... Read More

2006 Chrysler Crossfire Overview

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2006 Chrysler Crossfire

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


Trunk Will Not Unlock And The Top Will Not Go Up

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Re " Hood Support

Got hood up cannot get it down Even if I press the button at the top back of slide it will continue up but will not go down any answers

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Convertible Top Will Not Go Down

I have lifted the front tab and pushed the interior button. It is only beeping.... no movement of top. What can be the problem?

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Susan Miller

I Have A 2006 Chrysler Crossfire That A Warning Light Has Been Coming On. ...

Yesterday I tried to drive it and it will not shift out of second gear. I had to replace the vacuum pump in the trunk recently because it got wet and shorted everything out.

61 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)

Tires For 2006 Crossfire

I need some advice on what kind of tires to get. My 2006 Crossfire convertible only has 13,666 miles on it. I do not drive the car except in summer and in good weather so I don't need tires for snow o...

50 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 months ago)