2005 Chrysler Crossfire User Reviews
SRT-6 Coupe shown
- $7,072 - $11,578
- No trim specified for this review
- Fantastic styling and performance!
- Minor things I can live with...
Purchased As Used
After trading in my convertible Nissan 350Z for a Caddy CTS (needed a bigger car for a dog), I missed the fun of a convertible sports car. The '05 Crossfire Limited Roadster I bought seems to be the right answer to satisfy my need for speed. Very smooth and fun 6 speed manual transmission. Plenty of power for the suburban driving I'm in every day. Takes a little getting used to gadgets and accessories, but so it goes with learning features on any new car. Just a little more room in the interior would help. I'm 6 feet tall so I kind of expected a tight fit. I found out after my purchase that this does not come with a spare tire, so I may join AAA to help with a tow if needed.
For some people with concerns about the rear glass falling out of the convertible, they should contact their Chrysler dealer. The glue they used for the window will deteriorate and the back window falls out. I found out it was covered under a recall in hotter souther states, so I got a new top absolutely free! So far no major problems other than the smile on my face when I take off from a red light and wind through curvy roads. Lots of fun to drive!
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