Chrysler Crossfire Review (2004)

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Chrysler Crossfire Review

Chrysler Crossfire Review | Part TwoChrysler Crossfire Road Test

The Chrysler Crossfire was officially unveiled on the 15th November 2003 and we were invited to drive both the automatic and manual variants at a Chrysler press day.

The Chrysler Crossfire was officially unveiled on the 15th November 2003 and we were invited to drive both the automatic and manual variants at a Chrysler press day.

The Crossfire is built in Germany in collaboration with Karmann who also produced the Ghia Coupe & Cabriolet the most beautiful bodies ever to adorn a VW chassis. The Crossfire combines a stunning American design with proven German engineering (39 per cent of the new car’s components are adapted from existing DaimlerChrysler technology) and the result is a larger than life coupe set to challenge the Audi TT, BMW Z4, Nissan 350Z and Porsche Boxster.

Chrysler Crossfire Review | Part TwoChrysler Crossfire Road Test
Chrysler Crossfire Road Test Data
Model ReviewedChrysler Crossfire
  
Body TypeCoupe
ColourBlaze Red Crystal
  
Performance (manufacturers data) 
  
0 - 62 mph6.5 Seconds
Top Speed 155 mph
  
Transmission6-Speed Manual
5-Speed Automatic
  
Fuel TypePetrol - Unleaded
  
CO2 Emissions (NEDC Figures) g/km
  
Economy (NEDC Figures) 
  
Urban18.3 mpg (Manual)
19.8 mpg (Auto)
Extra Urban37.2 mpg (Manual)
36.7 mpg (Auto)
Combined27.2 mpg (Manual)
28.0 mpg (Auto)
  
Insurance Group18
Euro NCAP RatingTBA
Warranty3 years / 60000 miles
Price (when tested on the 20/02/04)£ 27,260 (Manual)
£ 28,500 (Auto)

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