Chrysler Crossfire Model Overview
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Chrysler Crossfire Questions
Rear Window Separation
The rear window in my 2005 Crossfire Convertible has started to separate. Are there any repair shops in the Myrtle Beach, SC area that can repair it?
Chrysler Crossfire Won't Start.
My Chrysler 2004 Chrysler Crossfire won't start. I drove to a gas station today and got out of my car for 10 minutes. When I got back into the car I turned the key and my radio worked, but my engine...
Does The New Chrysler 10 Year 100,000 Mile Warranty Have Any State Restrict...
Chrysler has supposedly blocked off an number of states where they won't replace the crossfie soft top when the rear window falls out. could any one send me a copy of that warranty so i can read it at...
What Is Involved With Adding Electric Leather Seats To A 2005 Crossfire?
I bought electric seats from a crashed 2005 Crossfire and want to replace my cloth, manual seats. Is this a big deal? Should I be having a mechanic handle this?
I Need A New Key For The Crossfire
Where do I go to be t a new key for my crossfire?
About the Chrysler Crossfire
Daimler Chrysler introduced the the Crossfire sports car for the 2004 model year, as a replacement for the Chrysler Prowler. The Crossfire was built upon the same chassis as the recently retired Mercedes Benz SLK. The interior, engine and drive train were also borrowed from the German Roadster. this represented the first collaboration between Chrysler and Mercedes.
In 2004, the only one Crossfire style offered was the coupe. In 2005, four variations appeared, thanks to the edition of two trim levels and two body styles. The Crossfire could now be had as a coupe or convertible, each available with the Base or Limited finish. There is no 2007 Crossfire.
A separate high-performance model, called the Crossfire SRT-6 was offered in 2005 as both a coupe and convertible.
All Crossfires were rear wheel drive. Power was supplied to the non-SRT models by a 3.2 liter V-6, which delivered 215 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque. This engine came to Chrysler courtesy of Mercedes, and could be paired with either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The automatic was only available with the Limited trim.