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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
Patrick writes:
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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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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Wounderfully Built Car — Amazing quality: Built with a mercedes engine. This cars performance: Is excelent considering it has V6 and great power for such a small vehicle. This car is on the higher end as far as cost of ownership goes. This car can be extremly fun to drive: it has a quick shift witch is nice for when the need to hear and feel the power/exhaust.

Pros: Great power for size of car

Cons: Small

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Limited — It's fast enough for me, but nothing too special. It's bone stock, but plans have been made and are being set in motion for modifications. It's a very stiff ride that provides feedback about the road and how the car is handling. Makes me feel very in tune while driving. But be careful about the potholes and bumps in the road, low pro tires are rather easy to pop. I know this from experience. It's rear wheel drive with summer tires on it so there will be no driving in the snow unfortunately.

Pros: A very unique experience while driving.  You rarely see one on the road and it's special because of that.

Cons: Maintenance is expensive.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Tripp's Chrysler Crossfire — Where the Autobahn meets Route 66. Mercedes' German engineering is married with Chrysler's American styling and finesse. And one fast little car is the byproduct.

Pros: Wonderful powerband, very quick, Go-kart handling, cockpit style interior with red leather. Light as a feather for improved acceleration.

Cons: Limited trunk space.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Fun And Beautiful :) — Gorgeous, drives beautifully, gets lots of attention. Maintenance costs are a little higher than I'd like, and gas is killing me, but overall I love it. Worth every penny.

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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Fantastic Car One Of A Kind Gearbox Tiptronic At The Knob — Car is overall an amazing car..very silent and smooth when you want to drive it around the city without attracting much attention,however as soon as the sport button and spoiler come up along with the traction control switched off the gears can be taken to makximum RPM meaning the exhaust will heat up for an absolute gorjus sound...please be carefull when driving in the rain with traction off i done a 180 digree turn infront of the police around a corner heeh sorry!

Pros: everythin apart from cons hehe

Cons: Fuel consumption..very bad..after all it is 3.2 supercharged and if it is automatic it will devour even more petrol :( but thts the only down side OH and its 2 seater so no nyt out with the lads

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2004 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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I Beat An Evo, Wrx, 400hp Cobra, And A Turbo Intergra In This Car! — The car handles very well around corners, drifts easily being rear wheel drive and looks amazing

Pros: Amazing fresh look

Cons: No back seat

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2004 Chrysler CrossfireReview
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Awesome Car — This is the result of the Chrysler-Mercedes merge. It has the Mercedes SLK engine and all Mercedes parks. It was designed in German and was is an awesome performance car

Pros: Great handling, power and very elegant and stylish

Cons: I needed more trunk room

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Reviews From Other Years

2008 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By enigmaxs

The car is on its way to being exceptionally rare. The Crossfire is actually the Mercedes SLK. Manufactured in Hamburg Germany and is a highly tuned convertible sports car. Read More

Review By Guru9BVZ9S

Had to replace valve cover gaskets, 400.00 and it has power steering fluid leak Read More

2007 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By Guru9NHNWP

The car is perfect..nothing wrong about the car. The problem is with me i don’t care for the price. To high in cost. Read More

Review By Guru918NNR

Had a foul interior smell...other than that I would have bought it. Read More

2006 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By Guru9KQVNK

I compared it to the Saturn Sky. Crossfire has a powertop,Sky has a Manual. Read More

Review By JeffK1960

Handles well, plenty of power comfortable. Shifts very good. I think these car will be sought-after in years to come. Read More

2005 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

Review By GuruNV8CD

Mercedes wont service the engine! Yes it is a Mercedes Engine) Cheap control knobs ( interior) Hard to get parts! Sharp looking car however. Read More

Review By David

Its a great little car for two people.It handle great the top works great and its got enough power.In all a good car for trips or around town. Read More

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