Chrysler Crossfire Experts

#1 Tom Demyan
Tom Demyan
Reputation 160
#2 mybanez
Reputation 80
#2 Dallas
Reputation 80
View All

Chrysler Crossfire Model Overview

Chrysler Crossfire Questions


Convertible Top

back window fell out and chrysler dealership cannnot fix or replace the top. has been two months waiting. what do i do? call ed the chrysler help line and still no help. been over 60 days. my car sit...

8,817 views with 104 answers (last answer about a day ago)

I Can See That The Convertable Top Hydro Reservoir Is Very Low. How Do I A...

8 views with no answers yet

I Have A 2004 Chrysler Crossfire, All I Need Is The Small Vapor Release Tub...

5 views with no answers yet

2004 Crossfire Died Out Of Nowhere, Now Won't Start And Starter Is Runaway

after 30 mile drive no prob car dies, when I try to start it the starter engages as soon as key is on, no clutch needed. Today while investigating this I notice the radio comes on when key turned o...

8 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
Jeff Skibinski

2005 Crossfire Will Not Start..turn Key On And Lights & Radio Come On, But ...

sounds like starter may be bad????

104 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)

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.