2008 Chrysler Crossfire Consumer Review: Personal Bang for the Buck

2008 Chrysler Crossfire - Consumer Review

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Limited Convertible (3.2L V6 6-speed Manual)

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Personal Bang for the Buck
By Bob out West on


2008 Chrysler Crossfire Limited 2dr Hatchback (3.2L 6cyl 6M)


Mercedes chasis (albeit older) and handbuilt coachwork with more art in its tail than 99% of the entirety of other cars on the road. This is entirely impossible for less than $50k, let alone the price at under $25k. My history includes a Jag, Tiger, Jensen, X 1/9, 2 Mustangs, CRT (manual) and more, and the fun/comfort quotient on this ride dwarfs them all. Some say that this is more of a boulivardier than a sports car, but it is rock solid, planted like an oak on the road, and goes like scat. Blind spot and rear view sounds bad, but after 1k driving it becomes second nature and unannoying. Cup holder is less than useless, Nav and radio both hopelessly outdated.

Best Features

Go-kart feel. Seating position once settled. Style. Buy this car if you're 19 inside and a late boomer on the outside. Creature comforts are fine, but more 90's than naughts.

Worst Features

N/A. Although I made some of my own. Discreet low side stripe and upgraded head unit (radio).
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