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The Crossfire was first sold for the 2004 model year. It is a sports car that has a design that is radically different than previous Chryslers, and it is considered the marque car of the brand, meant to replace the Mercedes-Benz SLK, a vehicle it shares numberous parts with.
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The Crossfire is part of a new breed of sports cars that are resorting back to the tried-and-true rear wheel drive system. It has just 2 seats, which reduces weight and allows for the highest of luxuries for the driver and one passenger. A six speed manual transmission is the standard, but there is also an optional 5 speed automatic option available. In its first year it had a 3.2 L 18 valve SOHC V6 making 215 horsepower. In its second year a roadster version and SRT-6 supercharged high performance version were introduced. The SRT-6 engine makes over 330 hp. Despite all this, the Crossfire has not sold well. They were even listed on in an attempt to clear out some of the estimated 270 day inventory they had on hand. If you want to buy one, you might be able to find one for cheap if there are any listed on eBay. You'll usually save $4,000 - $10,000 by buying from there, and recent improvements in the eBay auction system have nearly eliminated all fraud in the automobile auctions.
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