2005 Chrysler Crossfire Top Comparisons

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster RWDReview
    Robert writes:
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    If You Get A Chance, Get One, You'll Love It — Performance for the normally inspired V6 is very good, not excellent, but good. The quality has been fine, no issue accept with the alarm system. I love the look, people ask me if it's a prototype, yeah, a 5 year old prototype! Oil changes are expensive $112. I love the car, it's fun, fun, fun....it hold the road like glue with the Sumotoyo HTR tires, I get thumbs up everywhere I go, someone is always trying to prove their car is faster (who cares) not what I got it for. Found the 3 pc luggage set on Ebay for $100, good price. Would I want something else, well, maybe a Alpha Romeo C8....a beautiful Italian!

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

    Pros: Some good buys out there on this summer roadster...

    Cons: none, it's a very good car.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster RWDReview
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    It's A Car To Buy When You Can Afford To Have It! — I LOVE this car!! It handles excellent and has plenty of power for me. Maintenance is quite high but if you don't put alot of km's on in a year it works out. Need a good high car Mechanic to work on it as the Chrysler dealerships don't seem to work on them enough to know what they are doing. It has been my dream car and I look forward to spring/summer/fall driving even though it can be driven it the winter, we park it.

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

    Pros: Sooooo much fun!!!

    Cons: Service= costly and hard to find a qualified mechanic

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster RWDReview
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    I'm Not Cross At My Crossfire — It sits and goes well, even though the ride can be a tad harsh, Very little roll and hard to make let loose. Steering is not as direct as I would like and entry into turns a bit savage. As a daily ride for 140m/day, it has had no issues, gives 28mpg, and oil changes are 10,000 miles apart

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Style, top down driving, uniquenessness

    Cons: Steering,

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe RWDReview
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    I Miss My Crossfire — I LOVED this car. The only reason I had to part with it was due to the birth of my daughter. We had 2 2-seater sports cars, and it was the wake up call of our impending daughter's birth that prompted the sale of Crossfire. It was great to own, drive, and the ownership costs where not that bad.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Handling, Gas Mileage, Look, Top Speed, Rock Solid Performance

    Cons: Cupholder

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
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    Sporty And Fun! — Peppy 6 speed manual, with big wheels, decent gas mileage, and a cool wing that goes up and down when you drive! It was also reasonably priced, and handles like a dream whether your doing 45 or 120. Assembled in Germany, and the drivetrain and suspension are mercedes products.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: The retractable wing.

    Cons: Not made for anyone over 6 ft tall to drive comfortably.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster RWDReview
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    A Review — Bad location of cup holder. Rear view mirror is limited. Sealed lens covering headlights are not tight they become fogged. Trunk is very small - especailly when top is down. Paint job is thin. The run flat tires are very expensive.

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

    Pros: Fast - good acceleration...

    Cons: Only good for local runs - too small for long trips.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe RWDReview
    Mark writes:
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    'o5 Xfire — The vehicle is almost four years old and I still have people come up to me and ask me what type of car it is and comment on how beautiful it looks. It's not the best performing car in the world but I have never felt like it was underpowered. The suspension is stiff which makes the ride a bit harsh but also allows you to turn hard without much body roll. I get an average of 23 mpg using the recommended premium fuel.

    Pros: Looks, built in Germany, Mercedes engine.

    Cons: Cargo room, comfort for larger people.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe RWDReview
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    Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe — I have not had any real problems. Sure there have been a few "know issues" to deal with such as one part of my seat heater had to be replaced, a seal on the transmission drain plug replaced, etc. All were easy and under warranty. Other than that in the near two years I have only had to change the oil three times. No doubt this is a hell of a car for the money. You get a Mercedes-Benz for a very low price. I would highly recommend the car. One thing I always harp on is to beware the tires. Be sure to get a road hazard warranty as soon as possible. I have replaced way too many. Lots of performance. Fun to drive. Exclusivity. The build quality is top notch - no rattles. Great gas milage 19+ in town and 27 to 30 MPG on the highway.

    Pros: Reliable, quick, fun. cheap to own

    Cons: Goofy Becker radio, Poor rear visibility, Delicate tires (however, only pussies need spare tires)

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster RWDReview
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    Pretty Cool — Its a sweet car everything in it is pretty much mecedes benz with the chysler logo on it and thats why it is such a good performing car

    Pros: Looks cool, handles well

    Cons: For smaller people

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Coupe RWDReview
    enitan1027 writes:
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    Just Bought It Used. Love Its Look, Handling, Performance & Gas Mileage. — My first sports car. Great undercover Benz. Excellent performance given it's great fuel economy. Seats hug you and handling begs you to take to the limit. Interior is clean, but a little plasticky. Hope to never have to use tire inflation system. Some road noise & ride harshness for luxury sport.

    Pros: Style, handling, fuel economy

    Cons: Road noise, ride harshness

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    Review By Roger

    Flash, fun, looks, rarity, ok milage. Its a Chrysler! Nice ride. Read More

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