2007 Chrysler Crossfire User Reviews
Roadster Limited shown
- $11,411 - $11,758
- No trim specified for this review
- Extremely fast, great fuel economy, and soooo much fun to drive.
- There are NO cons to owning this car.
I've driven this little jewel for 7 months now. I can only say good things about it. I LOVE THIS CAR. (I call it my little jewel because it is Oyster Pearl Gold.) I enjoy driving it, in the city and on the highway. The pick up is unbelievable and with just a little nudge on the gas; that SUV, that did not look before moving into your lane, is history. And, the automatic (manual) transmission provides even a faster escape when you downshift. What fun! The automatic convertible top easily and quickly changes the look and provides more enjoyment of driving this little jewel. The stereo and 6 speakers provide quality surround sound. This car hugs the road and takes curves at a high rate of speed like no other. It is exhilarating! It also is an attention getter, not that I care. It is unlike any other vehicle on the road. It is definitely ahead of it's time. I've had to change my way of reading the gas gauge, because it is divided into 6th's. So, instead of saying the car is 3/4 full, I say it is 2/3 full. I guess that's because it is a German built car. And, what a car it is!
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