2005 Chrysler Crossfire Top Comparisons

Users ranked 2005 Chrysler Crossfire against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

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    2005 Chrysler CrossfireReview
    Drummer77 writes:
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    This car is a first generation Mercedes SLK with different styling. It comes in two flavors SRT and Limited. Mine was a 3.2 limited with automatic transmission. The Crossfire’s strengths are it’s styling, value and reasonable performance. The weaknesses are that the steering is old fashioned recirculating ball and it really lets down any sporty feeling. Acceleration from the 3.2 v6 is good and the engine sounds rumbley. Mine was well built ,and I did not have any expenses other than maintainence. The hatch allows you to stuff a reasonable amount of “stuff” into the car. These cars are pretty rare and people tend to notice the car. Overall, not a real sports car, but a solid, cruiser.

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    Howard writes:
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    Car is beautiful! Great condition! Just the perfect size for me!

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    Jason writes:
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    Solid car, under-rated speed. The SRT-6 is as faster than anything you can buy for under $20k.

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    Giantslayer65 writes:
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    Overpriced . Although in good shape car is really only worth what you are willing to pay for it

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    Guru9DSX73 writes:
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    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.

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    GuruXRYB6 writes:
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    Great car. smooth ride. I would call it a luxury sports car at a reasonable price.

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    Kyle writes:
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    The market is just now realizing the value of these cars. Audi tt and s4 Ive had but I miss the crossfire

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    Guru9YBDW9 writes:
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    Small and crowded. Uncomfortable with little leg room.

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    DodgeVWTDI writes:
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    Great value for the price. Components one would expect to need replacing surprisingly do not like the starter or the alternator. At 100,000 mi or theyre about you should expect to have to replace the shocks, the tires the brake pads, all the fluids transmission and rear differential, and if in a southern state probably a new paint job would be in order. When disappointment with this car is in regard to the plastic components both exterior and interior not unlike the Volkswagen beetle plastic German made components do not last and theyre the first thing to break down and be difficult and/or expensive to replace beyond their value.

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    Eddie writes:
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    The Crossfire is a great car I have one and buying another one. They are fairly reliable too as they are based on the Mercedes SLK platform. Keep the oil changed and they will run and run and run. They are pretty fast too. If/when you do have to do repairs look for and buy the Mercedes part for the SLK 320 that matches. It will be way less expensive. You can find lists on crossfire forums. The only negative: the over engineered and poorly placed cup holder lol

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2008 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

    Review By Guru9BVZ9S

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

    Review By Guru9ZGTZV

    I had one and it was reliable every single day. I wish I could buy another one! Read More

    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

    Review By C

    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

    2004 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

    Review By DodgeVWTDI

    I have owned a crossfire in the past and conversed with ten other similar crossfire owners whom all proclaim the same high standard of satisfaction driving this car despite the well known short coming... Read More

    Review By Guru9CKCVV

    Classic styling. This car drives and handles as well as it looks. LIVE IT ! Read More

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