Used 2005 ChryslerCrossfire Limited Roadster

  • VIN: 1C3AN65L85X046643
  • Stock: 56T5836
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Odometer
91,225 miles
Fuel Economy
17.0/25.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Alabaster Clearcoat Black Cloth Top
Interior Color
Dark Slate Gray
Body/Seating
Roadster/2 seats
Drivetrain
rear-wheel
Engine
3.2L 6
Chrysler Crossfire
  • Carfax Free

Highlighted Features

  • Leather upholstery
  • Power convertible roof
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Heated front seats
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Security system
  • Power driver seat
  • Power passenger seat

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

JEFF WYLER BARGAIN ROW... GREAT VALUE!, HARD TO FIND!!, 2D Convertible. Clean CARFAX. Alabaster Clearcoat/Black Cloth Top 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited RWD 5-Speed Automatic 3.2L V6 SOHC 18V21/28 City/Highway MPGCome visit the all new Jeff Wyler Chevrolet of Columbus the official Home of the Fresh Start Program! See how easy it is drive your new vehicle home today.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • SWEET

    By dodgeboytom on Thursday, May 01, 2008

    5.0
    Have owned my 05 roadster for 2 yrs. It is stored in the winter and I go crazy not being able to drive it, but it is well worth the wait. This car is a joy to drive with the top up or down and most people don't even know what it is.Chrysler gets failing marks for not marketing this GREAT car.Have not had any problems with it . I would not hesitate to buy another.........
  • Impressive ride.

    By d007 on Thursday, January 18, 2018

    5.0
    Got a used 2008 crossfire not too long ago. great for my hight I am 5 5 it took me a bit to get used to the power, acceleration and easiness of handling. Got the lifetime warranty, so if something goes wrong it will be taken care. Car had 122000 miles when I drove off the showroom with it. I have been driving in the snow and ice and it handles like an SUV just a great car....If you are not too tall and like speed this is the car for you
  • Crossfire follow up

    By Florida Guy on Thursday, June 19, 2008

    5.0
    About a year ago (July 20, 2007) I did a review of my 2005 Crossfire for KBB.com, so I thought now may be a good opportunity to follow up with a current review. Everything I wrote then applies now, even more. The thing is still great looking. I sometimes find even myself admiring it parking lots! It still draws long looks and pointed fingers when I drive by other drivers and pedestrians. Good for the ego…. Its performance has improved, if anything, as the motor ages, and most shockingly at 34,000 miles, the Michelin PS2 tires still look like they may have another 5-8k miles left in them. More about the tires later. However, it hasn’t all been sunshine. About six months ago while I was driving to work the car simply stopped running and wouldn’t restart. After hauling it to my excellent Chrysler dealer, the prognosis was a failed “powertrain management computer.” Having none of these in stock, they promptly ordered one for me from Mercedes Benz, in Germany. It took three weeks to arrive from the father-land and once at the dealer they installed it promptly, and the car has run flawlessly since. All repairs were covered under warranty and didn’t cost me a thing except time and a little aggravation. Now, I mention this episode because had it not been under warranty, the replacement computer would have cost $2500 and change, not including flashing it and installation it. This could be important consideration if I were buying a used Crossfire. The only other problem was that the HVAC blower motor burned out a couple of months ago and was also replaced under warranty (about a $275 value). And finally, there are those incredible tires. Replacing them is going to cost a bunch. The best price I’ve seen for one 19” rear PS2 is about $320. The price for one 18” front PS2 is around $260. This adds up to nearly 1200 bucks for a new set before tax, mounting, and balancing. That’s almost the same price as 282 gallons of the required premium gas at today’s cost. Oh, and an oil change costs, on average, $150 every 7000 miles. But who cares, really. I love the car. It still goes like heat, handles and stops like a genuine GT car, and people still stare and ask questions when I drive into the local Outback parking lot. If you to want to live with this kind of special little car, you have to be willing to pay the price. Buy one. You’ll like it.

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