New and Used Crossfire Prices, Chrysler Crossfire Model Years and History

Chrysler Crossfire Models

2008 Chrysler Crossfire trims

2008 Crossfire

Available as a two-passenger coupe or convertible, the sporty 2008 Chrysler Crossfire has reached the end of its production cycle and this will be its final year.

2007 Chrysler Crossfire trims

2007 Crossfire

The 2007 Chrysler Crossfire is a two-passenger sports car available as a coupe or a convertible with a power-retractable hardtop.

2006 Chrysler Crossfire trims

2006 Crossfire

The 2006 Chrysler Crossfire is a two-door, two-passenger sports car available as a coupe or a convertible with a retractable hardtop.

2005 Chrysler Crossfire trims

2005 Crossfire

The 2005 Chrysler Crossfire is a two-door sports car available as a coupe or convertible and it shares many parts with the Mercedes-Benz SLK.

2004 Chrysler Crossfire trims

2004 Crossfire

The 2004 Chrysler Crossfire is a two-door premium compact sports coupe based on the popular Mercedes-Benz SLK.

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About Crossfire

Marketed as a signature vehicle for Chrysler, the Crossfire debuted in 2004 as a premium-level two-seat coupe. Developed during the Daimler-Chrysler era, the Crossfire was constructed with a significant quantity of components from the first-generation Mercedes-Benz SLK. In fact, it was said about 80 percent of the Chrysler Crossfire was sourced from the German-branded sports car. Independent vehicle manufacturer Karmann assembled the Crossfire in Germany. The two-door hardtop 2004 Chrysler Crossfire also received power courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.


A 3.2-liter V-6 engine provided 215 horsepower and 229 pound-feet of torque to move the Crossfire. Standard equipped with a six-speed manual, Crossfire owners could also choose a smooth-shifting five-speed automatic gearbox. Plentiful standard equipment was included on Crossfire such as four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, keyless entry and 19-inch aluminum wheels. The Chrysler Crossfire line-up expanded in 2005. A convertible roadster model of the Crossfire gave buyers the option of an open-air riding experience. Also for 2005, a high-performance SRT-6 version of the Chrysler Crossfire delivered improved responsiveness from the premium two-seater.



Crossfire SRT-6 models were fitted with a supercharged 3.2-liter V-6 that produced 330 horsepower. Equipped only with a five-speed automatic gearbox the 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 could run from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.8 seconds. Meant to be a niche vehicle, demand for the luxury sports car dropped shortly after its introduction.



In one instance, the 2005 model year versions of the Chrysler Crossfire were sold at a discounted price on Selling over 76,000 Crossfire's over five years of production, Chrysler abandoned the car due to fizzling demand and a cooperate separation with Mercedes-Benz.