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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Love It!!! — Acceleration, looks, tight steering Rear window wiper might have been nice Sunvisor doesn't flip around to the side. It sounds as if the doors are hollow when you close them. Other than the above I've never had so much FUN driving a car as this one!!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Acceleration, looks, tight steering

Cons: Rear window wiper might have been nice
Sunvisor doesn't flip around to the side.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Fantastic Vehicle! — Its everything that everyone said in the reviews...one of the best kept secrets... An undercover Mercedes. If it said "Mercedes" I wouldnt have afforded it. I got my 2004 with 80K on it for $9K It looks much more expensive!!

Pros: Only had it a month but I LOVE It!!

Cons: I might lose license

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2004 Chrysler CrossfireReview
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Fantastic Ride — Love the car. Way too many positives to list. Acceleration and handling leave nothing to be desired. It really hugs the road no matter what curves you throw at it. Looks and performance. It is basically a Mercedes with a Chrysler emblem.

Pros: Handles great
Fun car to drive - Fast!
Lots of storage space for luggage, etc in back

Cons: The only "con" would be that it is a 2-seater.  Can't take it when going with the whole family.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Drive This Car And You Will Understand...... —

For a variety of reasons, the automotive press pretty much dismissed the Crossfire because it wasn't what they wanted it to be, namely a Corvette. Well, it's not a Corvette. And the car is all the better for it. Handling is sublime. Firm and well controlled with exceptional compliance and chassis rigidity. Alot has been said about the cramped interior, but I am 6' 1" and find the cockpit very comfortable. This is not a Camry. This is a car you wear. And it fits me like a well tailored suit. storage space is actually very good, considering that this is a two-seat sports car. I use this car as my daily driver, and how much space a person needs to consider a car practical enough for them is relative. I used to commute by motor cycle, so this car is like a station wagon to me by comparison. My bullboxer pit fits in the back and loves the cozy feel and immediately falls asleep. Very special feeling driving this care. Can't explain it. Gotta drive it. Mine has been as reliable as an anvil. Maintenance is in line with other cars of this type. This is an enthusiasts car. Anyone that wants to be completely removed from the driving experience probably wont like this car. The aural and tactile sensations are pure sports car. Yes you can hear the engine (and man, does it sound sexy) yes you can feel the road beneath you. This is a driver's car for people that enjoy the act of DRIVING.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: A high quality gran-touring platform that is VASTLY underrated. Stunning good looks, and surprisingly good gas mileage. Mercedes build quality and a sublime ride. A real head turner too.....

Cons: None, but that is just this reviewer humble opinion.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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The Best Car For The Money — Love the looks and the handling, fun factor is off the charts, 30MPG averaging 80 MPH. Must drive it on "The Dragon" to experience how much fun driving can be. If you see another Crossfire you are surprised and glad you have a very unique car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looks and handling

Cons: You don't want a perma-grin after driving it.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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This Car Is Both Fun And Safe. — One high powered car with good gas mpg. go out and buy one you will love it. my car is a 6 speed manual with red seat. lol its nicer than home. it is the best car ive ever been in.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: AWESOME

Cons: There is not one. its great

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Great Car For The Money. — One of the most solid build cars I've ever driven. A lot of fun to drive. I love the interior and exterior. Excellent value for the money. Greatly under rated. Would recommend it to anyone looking for an inexspensive sports car of good quality.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looks and engineering

Cons: None

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Buy One Now — Quite possibly the ultimate 'marmite' car amazing to look at and hasn't changed that much from the original concept car. Although it's quick and hreat fun on the bendy bits it's also a very civilised cruiser, to top it all off it's even good good MPGs

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: being noticed

Cons: being noticed

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Crossfire — The car looks great. It will get you looks driving down the road. The front end and hood speak power and performance. Speedy and sporty, what corners? not fast enough, go with the supercharged srt version. it's sold and I loved driving it.

Pros: quick, looks amazing, seating is wonderful

Cons: small small and more small. it's just u and a passanger.. if you're short.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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European Car In Disguise — Great car, awesome handling but not lacking in ride comfort. Solid engine/transmission. Interior build quality is a bit lacking but everything else is fantastic. Great choice on Mercedes part to base it off the first generation SLK as everything mechanically has been tried and tested. Acceleration is just about right but if I could go back I would have definitely opted for the SRT-6 although you cannot get a manual in that model. Gas mileage is way above the 25 highway ratings even at constant illegal highway speeds. Oil capacity is insane at 8.5quarts but expect it to come out clean after 10k miles because of this albeit at a $100 oil change (that's doing it myself, no labor cost). Overall I would highly recommend this car!

Pros: Build Quality, Suspension, Looks, Reliablity

Cons: Acceleration, Interior Build Quality, Lack of Manual tranny in SRT-6 Model

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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

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2007 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By MattCIII

Car looked and drove GREAT! We were not able to get the top to go down, could have been as simple as the trunk divider not being in the proper position... Read More

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Great Car, love the handling of the car on the road. Read More

2006 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Great Affordable Fun And Reliable. By rhs3300

i have ownes this car for three years and since then have injured my knees which makes it very hard for me to get in and out of the cock pit. it is very much worth it's weight in gold and a future inv... Read More

World's Greatest Car For Teenagers! By Stefan

Theis mostly german American car has won my heart of the last year and a half that I've had it. It's handling and power are perfect for the city streets. You can zoom around and have fun on some of th... Read More

2005 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By Giantslayer65

Overpriced . Although in good shape car is really only worth what you are willing to pay for it Read More

Review By Guru9DSX73

There is no uther car.to.compare it to ,the lines or beautiful to see it on thr road it takes your breath.away .one.of a kind. Read More

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