The Chrysler Crossfire is a two-seat sports car that brings exciting styling to the class.For 2005, Chrysler is adding a roadster for top-down motoring.Plus, a powerful new SRT-6 model is available, both coupe and roadster body styles.The Crossfire combines American design with German…

2008 Chrysler Crossfire - 2dr Coupe (Limited)
2dr Coupe (Limited)
3.2L V-6
15 City / 23 HWY
2008 Chrysler Crossfire - 2dr Roadster (Limited)
2dr Roadster (Limited)
3.2L V-6
15 City / 23 HWY
Autoblog sell-it-yourself highlight: 2004 Chrysler Crossfire

A symbol of what went right and wrong in the Merger of Equals.
This or That: 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 vs. 1984 Pontiac Fiero

Greg has chosen a Fiero. I've countered with a Crossfire SRT6. We may both be losers, but only one of us can win. You be the judge.
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Now-Dead Cars That Launched 10 Years Ago

Automotive anniversaries are often big news. Last year, the Chevrolet Corvette turned 60 and the Porsche 911 hit 50. This year, the spritely Mazda MX-5 Miata turns 25. The iconic Ford Mustang just turned the big Five-Oh, too.

For Sale

2004 Chrysler Crossfire
$6,995 / 79,000 miles / CA
2005 Chrysler Crossfire
$9,995 / 39,000 miles / CA
2008 Chrysler Crossfire
$10,995 / 63,855 miles / CA
FB Tuning debuts 400-hp carbon-bodied Chrysler Crossfire in Monaco

The Chrysler Crossfire was, suffice it to say, a matter of taste. Based on old Mercedes-Benz mechanicals, it included retro styling accents and an armadillo roofline. Some loved it, but there was clearly room for improvement – not to mention more sales – and that's just what Italian coachbuilder FB Tuning had to showcase at the Top Marques show in Monaco this year.