Chrysler Luxury Cars Ratings

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire - SRT-6 Coupe

    Pros: The attention - never got so much in my life.

    Cons: Bad blindspot in back.

    Advice: Wait til they get the bugs out.

    I bought this brand new -- absolutely loved it except at 7500 miles a knocking noise was in the motor -- 1st repair dealer replaced driver side lifters -- still heard noise -- 2nd repair replaced passenger side lifters and discovered one of the valves was pitted. I'm not waiting for 3rd repair --trading it in today for 2 other vehicles. It is a shame because I really loved the car.

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    2005 Chrysler 300 - Touring RWD

    Pros: It's looks are so cool-got that Bently look to it.

    Cons: It's not mine - She's not fond of the chopped look

    Advice: Definatly get the C - just test drive it - you'll get hooked

    This car was bought for my wife but she really didn't know what she was getting, going from a Honda Accord to a Hemi, the smile told it all on the test drive. I didn't even have to drive it. The new Charger has nothing on this car, THIS IS A MUSCLE CAR....with a load of luxury and it's BIG, Everyone knows her now by the lady with that beautiful yellow car, after six months it's still turning heads..Can't say enough about it, This car screams.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire - Base Roadster

    Pros: to numerious to list

    Cons: not a thing

    Advice: go and get you one

    Loved it so much I bought it and I'm having a blast driving it!

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    2005 Chrysler 300C - Base RWD

    Pros: The 300 has its own style like no other vehicle on the road today !

    Cons: The car does not come equipped with a compass. Thats the only thing that comes to mind.

    Advice: Buy it and enjoy the 2005 trend car. It's all worth it.

    This luxury sedan is a smooth ride that turns heads while your on the road ! Their is not a thing NOT to like when you own the 2005 Chrysler 300.

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    2005 Chrysler 300 - Base RWD

    Pros: It is quiet and comfortable like reading a book by yourself in a living room.

    Cons: Nothing really, just don't drive it like a Honda Civic because the engine is touchy and not designed for sport driving.

    Advice: If you like a calm quiet comfortable ride at a good price, then buy the 300 Base Model or 300 Touring Model. If you are more into showing off like you are driving a muscle car then go for the 300C or SRT8.

    This car is everything I ever wanted in a full sized family sedan. When you get on the freeway you feel that you have total control on the vehicle, even at 90 mph! I never experience any shaking or drifting at high speeds. On top of this the noise is minimal at 90 mph, where most cars are noisy and somewhat sluggish, like our previous 2003 Mitubishi Galant. I love going around town in the 300 because I feel so safe as if I am sitting on the couch at home. You can't go wrong with this car, if you are not a performance nut that is. I recommend the 300 Touring or higher for the performance nut.

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire - Limited Roadster

    Pros: I like the sporty feel and the sound it makes during acceleration.

    Cons: The cruise control is definitely in the wrong place. Be careful with the cup holder, it rips Styrofoam cups.

    Advice: Don't buy this car unless you want to be noticed. It's definitely not stealth.

    My first impression of the Crossfire Roadster Limited left me feeling much as I did in high school meeting my first love. I lusted for and married her much the same way that I lusted for and purchased the Crossfire. However as prejudice as I might be, having just sold my Corvette Convertible, the Crossfire has managed to fill my need for the sports car feeling without all the muscle. It's far more refined and dignified and hopefully built much better and more reliable. It's been a year since we first met and so far I'm still in love, but then again my first marriage lasted eleven years.

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    2005 Chrysler 300C - Base RWD

    Pros: The feeling that you're sitting in your living room on the coach while going down the highway at 80 mph

    Cons: The agonizing feeling each time I see a rock kicked up from the car in front of me!

    Advice: Get ready to repeatedly answer the question

    I was finally at point in life were I could buy a car that suited me not my kids. I did some research on the web and narrowed the choices down to the Audi, Cadi CTS and the 300C Hemi. The research showed that the 300C Hemi was the best value for the money with out sacrificing performance or luxury. I decided to test drive it first. I was hooked and tried to keep my excitement from the dealer. I brought it that day no need to test drive the others. This car is magnificent! In 25 years of marriage and a number of new cars this car is the only one that I've actually made room in the garage for! And believe me that says a lot!