Unique, classy styling; sporty handling; comfortable seats.
Chrysler's 2007 Crossfire is now offered with a single engine, a 215-horsepower, 3.2L V6. It can be matched with either a five-speed automatic transmission with AutoStick manual selection or a six-speed manual gearbox.
There are two body styles available. The coupe has a classic, flowing shape with an especially distinctive boattail rear-end design, while the roadster has a soft-top convertible arrangement combined with special fairings and satin-silver-painted sport bars just behind the seats.
The Crossfire has a very stiff body structure that Chrysler claims is stiffer than the Porsche Boxster's, along with four-wheel anti-lock brakes and a sport-tuned suspension. The steering has a recirculating ball design.
Driver and passenger knee air bags are standard, along with electronic stability control for increased safety during emergency maneuvers or on slippery surfaces.
Both body styles can be had in base or Limited trim. The base models come much better-equipped than most small sports cars and roadsters, including keyless entry, alarm, cruise control, and dual-zone air conditioning, but Limited models add more sound insulation, heated leather seats, power folding heated mirrors, and an Infinity Modulus six-speaker sound system. The Limited also gets satin silver accents, white-on-black gauges, and metallic finish for the center console, and the head restraints are embossed with the Chrysler badge. Both models come with high-speed, Z-rated performance tires, 18-inch in front and 19-inch in back.
Top options include all-season performance tires, a Special Edition Package on the base model, which includes a sportier wheel design and other enhancements, and a GPS navigation system on the Limited.
The Chrysler Crossfire is essentially a carry-over for 2007, but there are several minor changes. It gets a newly available monochromatic appearance, including Bright Silver Metallic paint. Safety features are bolstered: Crossfire now comes with knee air bags for both the driver and passenger.
The high-performance SRT6 variant is no longer available.
The 2007 Chrysler Crossfire, which borrows underpinnings from the previous-generation Mercedes-Benz SLK and is assembled by coachbuilder Karmann in Germany, is available as either a grand-touring sports coupe or a Roadster. The Crossfire has an especially tight, stiff structure, and handling is a strong point; plus, its seats are also among the best when compared with other small roadster models.
Vehicle Price: 30,560.00
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