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    2005 Chrysler CrossfireReview
    GuruZWBTN writes:
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    I love this car. I have had 3 of them; all great. I was in the market for #4, when I got sidetracked by a Thunderbird, but now wish I had bought another crossfire. I just have them for hobby cars, so I keep for a year or two then get another. I have enjoyed the Crossfires more than any other toy car I have owned.

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    Gregory writes:
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    I like this car, I think it is worth more than NADA says it is worth. NADA determines how much of a loan I can get so I had to cough up cash to buy this car. Like all cars it has its issues, but its a nice riding solid feeling car with a good bit of pep from that 3.2L 6 cyl engine. I just hope it is reliable because it has mostly Mercedes Benz parts which are going to be expensive...

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    Herbert writes:
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    Great features and good performance and reliability Very good buy

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    GuruPMTP5 writes:
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    Great job Chrysler lovely ride and it handles something to see

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe RWDReview
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    Wheeeeeee!!!!!! — I wanted one in 06 when I bought my Pacifica but went for practicality over fun. When I bought this I joined the Crossfire Club and have been on several adventures and get togethers. They are a very supportive group of people from all walks of life. If you have a Crossfire or intend to purchase one you are always going to need some help and so few mechanics (especially dealers) know how to work on them. This group is always there and can save you thousands as they have me. The car is amazing in the handling and speed areas. It is a little cramped for space (oh well) and light on what we consider technical options. You will tend to forget those little things as you enjoy driving.. You can join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/2211655775/ Please watch for other message after you request to join.

    Pros: Fun to drive and very reliable. I know when I need power all I have to do is push the pedal and WHEEEEE!!! Turns heads everywhere. Plus with the Crossfire International Car Club Inc. and Chrysler Crossfire Owners on Facebook there is a lot of help for the little idiosyncrasy of such a finicky car

    Cons: Ride is a little noisy and rough. The rough is typical for most small sports cars.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster RWDReview
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    The Smoothest, Most Stylish Car....... — This Roadster is the most stylish automobile I've owned. The pleasure I've gotten driving it during the warm weather especially lived up to everything a Roadster is to be. Wherever I go, people ask me at red lights, or where I'm parked...What is that? It's a beauty. Young & older, females and males, I've always gotten a "thumbs up" reaction.

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

    Pros: It's stylish, a head turner. Very comfortable ride, on highways,in city traffic.
    It's a TRUE Roadster.

    Cons: Cargo,but it's a Roadster, to enjoy driving.

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    Excellent Car — Crossfire is one of the best Sport cars value in the market. It is a MB SLK 320 with a Chrysler Body. Engine, transmission, suspension, brakes, etc all MB. It drives very nice, excellent power and fairly well equipped. The Crossfire is also one of the most reliable vehicles ever made by Chrysler

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Great Power

    Cons: Not the best with badd weather

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe RWDReview
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    Great Car! — I really like everything about the car. I'd say my only change would be for a more updated dash look where the CD Player is. The rest of the dash is great. The car is spot on and have never had any issues with it!

    Pros: This is a great car, very reliable and very decent power!

    Cons: There is no back seat, or very much cargo room. I never used the car for anything like that so it doesn't bother me, but I imagine this is an issue for some people.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster RWDReview
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    A Disguised Mercedes-slk — There wasn't much to dislike, it was gorgeous, nimble and quick, beautiful and well built. All of the Crossfires were built in the Karman Factory in Germany, the very same one that builds the SLK Models. One drawback is the wheels and tires, because they are staggered with 18" in front and 19" in the rear. Very expensive to replace all 4 wheels and tires. But, worth the money.

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

    Pros: Drivability is superb, a real head turner. Won it's class in several Car Shows.

    Cons: No room for luggage, but I made do. I drove it to Florida from Rhode Island and back. It was comfortable, except the fact that my ex-wife was with me.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster RWDReview
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    Lovely Car, But Now Has A Serious Limp! — I absolutely love my car! In the past year, it has been nothing but unreliable. New problems every 2-3 months. Wish Chrysler could get it figured out. Now I know why they stopped making it. Aftermarket parts a really hard to come by. Dealer in Lincoln Nebraska doesn't see enough of this model to really know what to do. Thank God for the Chrysler Customer Care people who won't take "I don't know" for an answer. Also big thank you to websites like this where I can track the problems others have with this model.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: I love this car.  Always get a million comments, especially from other women.

    Cons: constant maintenance issue at year 7.

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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

    2004 Chrysler Crossfire Reviews

    Review By GuruZD84P

    I love these cars!! Nice quiet cabin and a blast to drive. I still regret selling mine. Read More

    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

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