Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by POONTANG, Dec 3, 2004.
looks like a dog poo'ing
Sometimes I like them, most times I dont
For that money you could just get a Corvette.
GTO, G35c, 350Z > Crossfire
Vette > Crossfire SRT-6
it's not too bad
It's a much better car. You could get a Cobra for the price of a base Crossfire. I don't see where the appeal is, unless you want a luxo-cruiser and not an enthusiast car.
i saw one that wasn't that bad looking.
But they fucked themselves by having the celine dion commercial. Now it is forever a chick car
It doesn't go around corners
nice, but a bit overprived and underpowered
You would rather have a Crossfire than a Corvette or a Cobra?
the fact that u think the crossfire is in the same category makes me want one
Cobra and Crossfire are both low to mid thirties rwd coupes. To me they are in the same category.
Not bad looking car,
but I would never pay for one!
It is a Mercedes built Chrysler. It shares the same exact drivetrain with the SLK 320.
it's 3.2L and it's not very fast.
I would pass unless you're getting a hell of a deal on it.
BTW, I was a Chrysler Tech up until last year, I dealt with a few of them and I didn't care for them at all.
I like the car, but it's just not a $35k car. It's priced $10k too high.
Crossfire SRT-6 - no manual, no care
my wife & i saw one going down the road - she asked if it was a concept car - i was like "prolly" - she said "should have stayed a concept"
i want the base model because i plan on turboing it plus i think it comes w/6 speed
The concept crossfire looked much better than the production model.
what happens when you go through the car wash in january & the little wing freezes shut. hope the fawker breaks in half