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Great Handling Car
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By sportcarman12
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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


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we bought our Chrysler Crossfire Limited convertible in december 2010. I was amazed by the looks of the car & was impressed with the prefromance & handling. So far we have had no problems with the car but we change the oil every 3 thousand miles and you get better preformance if you use the best oil you can find. Yes on road trips the tires are loud but that doesnt matter because everything else about the car comprimises for the loud tires. we launch from 0-60 im 5.6 seconds & the breaking on the car is just amazing. Those of you who are looking for a very good sports car for a low price this would be the car for you. You can get the srt-6 used for 22k or get the regular for 15k-25k.


Best Features

Convertible top, exterior desgin, car preformance, and the trill of driving this car.


Worst Features

none that i can think of.


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A Fun to Drive Car
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By Richard
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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


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I've always wanted a 2-seat convertible and my wife and I chose the Crossfire. We bought this car new in March 2008. Sticker was 41,500, we got it for 32,000 total (tax, title, etc.) and are very happy with the car. The best feature of the car is the styling - very unique. I get positive comments most everywhere I go. Have a bad day at work? Do as my wife and I - drop the top, go for a ride in the country and you'll be smiling. This car is comfy for a short wheelbase, 2-seater, the seats too. I plan to keep this car for a long time, as is my custom. If you own a Crossfire, join the Crossfire International Car Club Inc. (Google CICCI) - you won't regret it.


Best Features

The styling, convertible top, 2-tone interior, flip-up spoiler and the Mercedes engine, transmission, suspension, etc. underneath the Chrysler-designed body.


Worst Features

The cupholder is nearly useless, a few too many plain plastic parts (such as the door lock posts) that are out of place in a $35,000 car.


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So Far So Good
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By Bobbylew
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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


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I am very happy with my car. It handles great and so far is quite dependable. Watch out for the trunk lid. I made the mistake of leaving it half way closed after getting something out of the trunk and I wound up killing the battery. When I purchased the car the one key didn't work. The dealership had to get the replacement from Mersedes and they told me it would have cost me $150. for me to buy one if it wasn't under warranty if say I lost mine. I haven't had any other problems so far.


Best Features

My favorites, Looks, How it drives, The convertible top. Unlimited powertrain warranty, Mileage. It gets around 25 mpg. Great pickup.


Worst Features

Better cupholder


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No Comparison Anywhere...
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By M.Heiden
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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


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This car is "proof" positive of how over rated Toyota and Lexus are. This car looks great, drives great and was more than reasonable to purchase. I refuse to drink the Kool Aid and believe that everything from Japan is great... This is my second one, a 2005 coupe and now a convertible. My last Corvette almost rattled my teeth out of my head, and my kidneys still don't work properly. I think I'll buy one more and leave it in garage for when these wear out at 200k...


Best Features

Power top, incredible looks, and a nametag that is American....yeah I know the guts are German...


Worst Features

Cupholder is weak...


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Love it
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By Orlando Realtor
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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Convertible (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


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Had to downsize from a 06 Vette, (times are tough for realtors) Love my new Crossfire which I bought for 22k with only 1200 miles. Spoiled as I am from the Vette I truly lo the styling. Everyone in the office said they liked it better than the Vette, looks like my bosses 500SLK without the price, test drove one of those too and still decided on a Crossfire. Haven't tried the navigation yet and miss it from the Vette. Seats stink comparably, however with a lumbar pillow I suffice. Flawless power top although it's slow. Decent stereo for the price. Good pickup even if its not lightning fast. Stupid cool active spoiler makes people look. Love the side fins! Half the payment of the Vette so I'm very happy


Best Features

Side fins, spoiler, dash, concept car look, still get compliments all the time! Price! 22k with 1200 miles I stole it!


Worst Features

Better cup holders, 6 disc CD, Power lumbar, heads up display


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