"I own a 2004 crossfire and it is the best car i have ever owned. I'm not to happy with the interior. You would think they would have used less plastic in it, but i digress. I love the drive of it and the way it rides. I have owned a z3 and this is by far better. Like any car it has had its problems, but not to the point to get rid of it. Pe poo ple are always commenting me about it and i can't tell you how many cars have pulled next to me on the freeway wanting to race. Awsome car"
"Easy handling, great cornering, smooth ride. You can feel the quality as you close the door or hatchback: solid. The Crossfire has become a collector's car, being produced for only five years. Very stylish. Compliments daily!"
Pros: "Best value roadster of any that I have purchased"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"Compared to past owned sport type cars.
I rate better than 1975 Alfa Romeo Spyder and 2001 Z3 BMW roadster.
I have also owned several BMW's
Several Ford Mustangs since 1966.
Way more fun than Ford Taurus Yamaha powered Taurus.Past autos include 1967 Old's 442 convertible.
Of the many fun vehicles that we have owned these autos built in Germany by Mersedez. These are the best performers of a large group.
The only downside is the complicated electronic control system.
I will sell neither for $10,000."
Pros: "Great look, Rides nice, Very strong M-112 engine,"
Cons: "Cant think of anything."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I own a Bright Silver 2007 roadster LTD model. Love the color. You can really see and feel how solid this car is built. I am 6'2 and fit very comfortably in the drivers seat. Parts can be obtained through Chrysler or Mercedes with no problem. I have seen where the car has sometimes been criticized for not have a "stiffer" more European sports car feel in the suspension and steering, however I love the smoother, more comfortable ride of the car. Fun good weather weekend driver."