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Old 06-22-2005, 03:48 PM   #1
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Any knowlege or opinions about the Chrysler Crossfire?

I have been looking at these cars and thinking I might trade for one in the future.
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imho, it's fugly.
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In my opinion, it is like buying an H2...just a status mobile. I also agree it is fugly...but..tastes vary. Plus, it's a chrystler. ewww. I wouldn't trade your car for it...but again, tastes vary.
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if you get 1 get the supercharged 1
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330 hp in that little sportscar would be nice, but they also run about 10K more on the price tag, lol. I am sure it would get you on insurance too. The standard 215 hp or whatever it is is enough for me with it. Test drove one the other day, does nice. I think they look different, but not fugly in my opinion. I would like to have a vert, or roadster, but they run a bit high too, I have not made up my mind yet, I might just go with an 06 GT or something. Don't know yet.
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What I like about the Crossfire is the mechanical parts are mostly Mercedes.
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mustang would be your best bet if you want to do things to it. i dont think the crossfire has a big aftermarket what so ever
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ugly.

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Slow?? I drove one, it is anything but slow. Pretty quick for a 3.2L V6 I think.
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i heard the srt-6 is pretty fast, but not worth $50k, and i think you can only get the srt in an auto. the normal runs what, mid 15's and costs $30k? not worth it in my book, i'll take a used 03/04 cobra with 500-600hp for $25k-30k.
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Road and Track did a comparo with the Crossfire SRT6 and three other roadsters. I think it was a Mercedes, Vette and Porche.

They rated the Crossfire last mostly because they said the ride was like a skatebaord on the highway. That's an objective rating though so YMMV. For the hard data performance it was competitive. Now the SRT6 is the blown version, so I dunno what they did other than the engine to make this an SRT6.

As for no aftermarket, well ever hear of AMG?

Mercedes aftermarket is damned expensive though. I like the art deco look myself and if I had the bux to afford a roadster that would be the one for me.

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why did they rate the crossfire worse than the benz, aren't they the same car (assuming its the e320 or whichever car is the same as the crossfire)?
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the crossfire is based off the last generation Benz running gear. The current Benz roadster is what was tested in the shootout. The article is at work, I am not. So I cannot be more precise.

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oh, thanks for clearing that up, i thought the crossfire was updated everytime the e-class was.
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I've sat in one...

they're tiny and they have a cheap looking interior, cheaper than my mustang was IMO
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I would say they are definitely NOT built to be drag raced, they are a road car, plain and simple, built to be enjoyed on the roads and highways. I am sure the SRT-6 would get you a decent 1/4 mile time, but like I said, its a Sports Car, a road car, and built to be enjoyed while driving it.
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eh.. okay.. there is better cars out there...
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the wing is super pointless for that car considering the people who will be driving it.

it works for porsche but not so much chrysler..
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thing has horrible blind spots.
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I take it you are referring to the small back window? Yes I did notice that, but hey, that is what the side mirrors are for.
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I like the crossfire a lot. I wanted one b4 I bought my GT, just couldn't stomach the $30k+ price tag... If i was gonna spend that kind of money I would have went w/ an 04 cobra.
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I can get a base model new for like 28.8K, I can get a nice 04 Limited with like 19K miles for 23.9K only problem I have with the used one is it is automatic. That sorta sucks, but hey that is what I have now, lol.
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I like the Crossfire. I like quite a few Chrysler and Dodge cars.
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Interior volume, F/R/cargo (cu ft) 48/NA/8
Wheelbase 94.5 in
Length/width/height 159.8/69.5/51.5 in
Turning circle 32.2 ft
Curb weight 3240 lb
EPA city/hwy mpg 17/24
Fuel-tank capacity/range 15.9 gal/270 mi
Passive restraints driver and passenger front and side airbags

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supercharged and intercooled 3.2-liter SOHC 18-valve V-6, 330 hp, 310 lb-ft; 5-sp auto

SUSPENSION
F ind, unequal-length control arms, coil springs, anti-roll bar
R ind, multilink, coil springs, anti-roll bar

BRAKES
F/R vented disc/disc
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C/D TEST RESULTS

ACCELERATION, Seconds
Zero to 30 mph: 1.9
40 mph: 2.8
50 mph: 3.9
60 mph: 5.1
70 mph: 6.5
80 mph: 8.3
90 mph: 10.3
100 mph: 12.4
110 mph: 15.1
120 mph: 19.0
130 mph: 23.4
140 mph: 29.0
150 mph: 37.6
Street start, 5-60 mph: 5.5
Top-gear acceleration, 30-50 mph: 2.9
50-70 mph: 3.3
Standing 1/4-mile: 13.5 sec @ 107 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 154 mph

BRAKING
70-0 mph @ impending lockup: 157 ft

HANDLING
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.90 g
Understeer: minimal moderate excessive

FUEL ECONOMY
EPA city driving: 17 mpg
EPA highway driving: 25 mpg
C/D-observed: 19 mpg

INTERIOR SOUND LEVEL
Idle: 46 dBA
Full-throttle acceleration: 78 dBA
70-mph cruising: 73 dBA

CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE SRT-6
Vehicle type: front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 3-door coupe

Price as tested: $45,695

Price and option breakdown: base Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 (includes $875 freight), $45,695

Major standard accessories: power windows, seats, and locks; remote locking; A/C; cruise control; telescoping steering wheel; rear defroster

Sound system: Chrysler AM-FM radio/CD player, 6 speakers

ENGINE
Type: supercharged and intercooled V-6, aluminum block and heads
Bore x stroke: 3.54 x 3.31 in, 89.9 x 84.0mm
Displacement: 195 cu in, 3199cc
Compression ratio: 9.0:1
Fuel-delivery system: port injection
Supercharger: IHI, Lysholm helical type
Maximum boost pressure: 14.5 psi
Valve gear: chain-driven single overhead cams, 3 valves per cylinder, hydraulic lifters
Power (SAE net): 330 bhp @ 6100 rpm
Torque (SAE net): 310 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm
Redline: 6000 rpm

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission: 5-speed automatic with manumatic shifting
Final-drive ratio: 3.07:1
Gear, Ratio, Mph/1000 rpm, Max test speed
I, 3.60, 6.9, 41 mph (6000 rpm)
II, 2.19, 11.4, 68 mph (6000 rpm)
III, 1.41, 17.7, 106 mph (6000 rpm)
IV, 1.00, 24.8, 149 mph (6000 rpm)
V, 0.83, 29.9, 154 mph (5150 rpm)

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: 94.5 in
Track, front/rear: 58.8/59.1 in
Length/width/height: 159.8/69.5/51.5 in
Ground clearance: 4.9 in
Drag area, Cd (0.37) x frontal area (20.6 sq ft, est): 7.62 sq ft
Curb weight: 3220 lb
Weight distribution, F/R: 55.3/44.7%
Curb weight per horsepower: 9.8 lb
Fuel capacity: 15.9 gal

CHASSIS/BODY
Type: unit construction
Body material: welded steel stampings

INTERIOR
SAE volume, front seat: 48 cu ft
luggage: 8 cu ft
Front-seat adjustments: fore-and-aft, seatback angle; driver only: front height, rear height
Restraint systems: manual 3-point belts, driver and passenger front and side airbags

SUSPENSION
Front: ind, unequal-length control arms, coil springs, anti-roll bar
Rear: ind; 3 lateral links, 1 diagonal link, and 1 toe-control link per side; coil springs; anti-roll bar

STEERING
Type: recirculating ball with hydraulic power assist
Steering ratio: 16.7:1
Turns lock-to-lock: 3.0
Turning circle curb-to-curb: 32.2 ft

BRAKES
Type: hydraulic with vacuum power assist and anti-lock control
Front: 13.0 x 1.3-in vented disc
Rear: 11.8 x 0.9-in vented disc

WHEELS AND TIRES
Wheel size: F: 7.5 x 18 in, R: 9.0 x 19 in
Wheel type: cast aluminum
Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport PS2; F: 225/40ZR-18 92Y, R: 255/35ZR-19 96Y
Test inflation pressures, F/R: 36/36 psi
Spare: none

Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6
The Crossfire debuted last year to generally good reviews but poor sales. Chrysler responded by cutting prices by almost 15 percent, and sales picked up. For 2005, Chrysler is sticking with that strategy by offering an under-$30,000 model and bolstering the lineup with a roadster (see Convertibles) and the SRT-6, a performance version with a stiffer suspension, improved brakes, and a 330-hp, 3.2-liter supercharged V-6 engine backed by a five-speed automatic transmission. Chrysler says the combination will produce 0-to-60-mph times of about five seconds. Non–SRT-6 Crossfires use a 215-hp, 3.2-liter V-6 with a six-speed manual transmission and register 0-to-60 times in the 6.8-second range. The first jointly designed vehicle since the Chrysler and DaimlerBenz merger, the Crossfire is a striking blend of American style and German engineering.


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