At the time, Chrysler became a cult car Krossfaer, prompting many of respect and recognition, although many motorists hurled at him a barrage of his criticism. In addition, during the release Krossfaera company Daimler-Benz and Chrysler have worked closely, resulting in a car appeared, which was called “crossfire”. The basis of the Chrysler Crossfire roadster has laid down the chassis from the first generation Mercedes SL with the index of the body R170. Designer Andrew Dyson was able to give the car a characteristic features of American cars, but the wheelbase, engine, transmission and other technical stuffing model completely borrowed from Mercedes. Rear-wheel drive model is larger front and cabin set back, which contributes to increasing the visual hood.
Chrysler Crossfire Body made in rounded shapes and a sporty look coupe give on the front wings of the air intakes at the center of the body exhaust pipes, fins on the bonnet and wide rear wings. Overall length of the model is 4059 mm (size of the wheelbase – 2400), width – 1756, height – 1 308. In addition to the coupe, Crossfire is also available in the back of the roadster – the height of a version of 1316 millimeters. The appeal of the cabin Chrysler Krossfaer spoils abundance of plastic. On the other hand, the presence of chromium-coated parts, perfectly combined with each other, forming their own style, although the dashboard resembles the original SLK.
Specifications. The movement of a sports car is a 3.2-liter six-cylinder gasoline engine producing 218 hp (310 nm). Unitized he paired with 6-speed manual or 5-band gun. On acceleration from zero to hundred Chrysler Crossfire coupe spends 6.5 seconds (with manual transmission version) and a top speed limited to 250 km/h. In 2005, the car got a “charged” modification of the SRT-6 under the hood is a turbocharged variant is located 3.2-liter “six” from the company AMG. This engine produces 335 “horses” (420 Nm) and the combined exclusively paired with a gun. From 0 to 100 km/h Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 accelerates in 4.9 seconds. Production of the model ceased in 2008, so that today you can buy a Chrysler Krossfaer only in the secondary market, where the price for it varies from 20,000 to 30,000 dollars, depending on the version, status, and year of release.