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Looking Back: The Supercharged 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6:

Looking Back: The Supercharged 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6:​

One Of The Most Underrated SRT Vehicles...​


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bill burke

Dec 9, 2020
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This is a topic I can comment on with confidence, I’ve owned Crossfire’s since 2004. My wife and I feel in love with this Chrysler immediately and at that point, they were being sold over sticker on a take what our dealership can get basis. We waited until the dealer got one we liked and pounced on a dark gray fastback coupe. Absolutely loved the car, but a couple of years latter when introduced, my wife fell hard for the roadster, a difficult to find item that she”had to have”. Yea, confession, me too. So in 2007, after shopping all over Long Island we found our current Crossfire Limited Roadster. We have found our cherry red Crossfire to be everything we hoped and more. To sum up, the Crossfire is our forever car, one that still turns heads, draws raves and puts a smile on our faces. To paraphrase Lee Iacocca, “if you can get your hands on a nice used Crossfire, buy it!”


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Feb 19, 2021
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I still have my SRT6. I originally bought it when I lived down in Florida. I daily drove it to work everyday. I even took it on a few long distance road trips. I had an absolute blast with that car. Unfortunately, it has sat in my garage for the last 5 or so years. It just isn't as fun on Michigan roads.

It is definitely an underappreciated car. Even today, very few Chrysler people even knew that it existed. I have a difficult time finding a Chrysler dealership that is willing to service it. My last service was done my a Mercedes dealership in Metro Detroit. After all, it is just a SLK32 AMG under its skin.

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