2007 Chrysler Crossfire User Reviews
- $11,411 - $11,758
- No trim specified for this review
- Looks exotic and drives very well.
- Lack of lumbar support and satellite ready radio.
The last Crossfire just rolled off the assembly line (12/07 ).So, everybody on the road won't have one; like Corvettes.
It really is a shame that Chrysler never gave the Crossfire the respect it deserves. Rather, it was treated like a red-headed step-child in terms of advertising, tech training and high MSRP's sold at fire sale prices.
I've owned many sports cars and this is one of my favorites; regardless of price.
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