|Pricing||$29,635 - $35,760|
|Fuel Economy||17-21 (city), 25-28 (highway)|
The Crossfire production model is a reasonable faithful adaptation of the sharply styled 2002 Chrysler concept. However, the Crossfire is a virtual rarity on the road. Based on mechanical bits from the previous generation Mercedes-Benz SLK roadster, the base Crossfire is offered with a 215hp, 3.2L V6 and a six-speed manual starting at $30,000. The supercharged SRT-6 version ups the horsepower to 330 but adds about $15,000 to the base price. Another drawback to the SRT-6 is that it is only offered with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The Crossfire is pleasing to the eye, but faces stiff competition from similarly priced models like the Infiniti G35 and Nissan 350Z.
The Crossfire skips the 2006 model year to due to slow sales. The SRT-6 model is dropped for 2007.
|Crossfire||3.2l V6 (215-bhp)||M6||RWD||$29,635|
|Crossfire Limited||3.2l V6 (215-bhp)||M6||RWD||$34,685|
|Crossfire Limited||3.2l V6 (215-bhp)||A5||RWD||$35,760|