Excellent car for a two seater. Get a seat cushion for long trips if your back end is bony like mine. Use high-heel gel pads for your elbows (at the obvious places). I looked at lots of this type of car... wouldn't have anything else.
The pop-up airfoil is too cute. It has a great line.
2006 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
I began my quest for a sports car in the fall of 07 and was sold and ready to buy a Saturn Sky when a friend suggested that I give the Crossfire a try Thank God for suggestions, the car is such a great ride. Driving this car is like becoming part of the vehicle, you become one with the seat and thus the car itself. I am so glad I found this vehicle. The car is a brand new 2006 with 13 miles on it and I have only had it for 2 weeks but the car is sexy, curvy,sleek and so retro in design. I love this car and I absolutely love driving it. It is a true head turner. Thanks for the dream come true.
Manual six speed transmission, heated power seats, so nice on the cool mornings Sexy, cocky, look of the exterior design great lighting design Crossfire gear is very nice plus for travel Thanks Chrysler.
Improve the quality of the dash/console, maybe use same brushed metal as in the door handles for the console or wood grain type material,but really needs dash upgrade current one is cheap looking
2006 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)
Was looking for a two seater sports car and considered Z-4, Miata, and similar cars. In my opinion, Crossfire is by far more top tend than Miata, cooler then Z-4 and others. I drive this car to work, 24 miles a day, and love it. Head turner for sure, glued to the road, great average full economy of 24 mpg, and drives like it looks. Great value.
Ride for small car, good gas mileage 24 mpg in real life. Just fun to drive.
Blind spots are problem, and getting into and out of requires some effort for older person.