Chrysler Luxury Cars Ratings

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    2005 Chrysler Crossfire - Limited Coupe

    Pros: Body Style

    Cons: Cup Holder

    Advice: Test Drive. Make sure your not too tall.

    I just picked up my 2005 Crossfire Limited and I'm in love. I only have a 2 mile commute to my office (which might take 5 minutes to drive). I end up taking as many back roads as possible to stretch out the driving experience. If you're tall, don't buy/lease this car. I'm 5'10'' and it's the perfect size for me. A buddy of mine is 6'1'' and his head hit the roof every time we hit a bump in the road. The car turns heads wherever you go. With the newly redesigned Benz SLK in showrooms, sales of the Crossfire have slowed. Dealers are willing to negotiate terms.

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    2006 Chrysler 300C - Base RWD

    Pros: Performance & ride.

    Cons: Absurdly small ashtray.

    Advice: If you need a big car with a big engine ... the 300C is for you.

    I have a 2003 STS & wanted something a little bigger. The STS is a dream car, but a bit confining on a long trip if you're a big guy. As soon as you get into the 300C you can tell it's plenty big, and, plenty powerful. The power output from the Hemi makes you think you're driving in a video game ... it's quiet, smooth & effortless. The gearing is so tall that at 80 mph the engine is only turning at a mere 2350 rpm's. There's no noise, no vibration & very little sense that you're really moving unless you look at the speedometer. This is not a car for those who do not have plenty of self control, and a good radar detector. My only complaint so far is that the ashtray is only big enough to hold one large marshmellow.

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    2005 Chrysler 300C - Base RWD

    Pros: Appearance and Engine

    Cons: Passenger Dashboard and Winter driving (2wd)

    Advice: Don't buy it

    I've owned my 300C for 3 months. I've got a little over 6200 miles on the engine. I decided at about 1500 miles I would take it on a 4000 mile tour of SW US. It was an excellent experience. Car handled extremely well through the mountain passes. No slow down's required. On the open roads, it was quiet, smooth and when the occassional person wouldn't move over to the right, it was no problem accelerating pass them. It's not a car I would suggest to get if you have a lot of winter driving. I would recommend the AWD if you live near snow.

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    2004 Chrysler Crossfire - Base

    Pros: The appearance

    Cons: visibility / blind spots

    Advice: If you want a sports car, consider the Crossfire!

    The minute I drove it...I knew it would be mine. This car is awesome. I love attention and boy, do I ever get it with this baby! If you don't own a sports car, it takes a bit of getting used to. I already had a small car, so the size wasn't really a problem for me. But, if you are going from a mid-size or full-size, it could be disturbing. There is more storage in this one than my compact. I love the classy look and feel of this vehicle. While it is the sexiest vehicle out there, it still has a nostalgic charm to it. The drive is tight and the handling is superb. By all means, go drive one...you will know what I mean!

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    2005 Chrysler 300 - Base RWD

    Pros: That 30's Gangster Styling with a Futuristic Twist

    Cons: Getting out of it to sleep!!

    Advice: Be Warned - If You Test Drive One, You'll Find a Way to Buy It

    This car is the perfect combination of luxury,handling,and style. The ride is cushy but firm - on corners it remains quite flat with no roll;hugs the road like a big sports car.It's extremely quiet when cruising and roomy like the cars of the 50's! Styling is very cool and you feel conspicuous driving it! We got the base 300 with the 2.7L V6 and yes, a 3.5L would be nice (the Hemi price was prohibitive), but with 2 kids in college we were absolutely thrilled to afford such an incredible car.It's nice to be so excited about our new car!!!

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    2004 Chrysler Crossfire - Base

    Pros: Tight Cornering

    Cons: Cup Holder

    Advice: Make sure you are comfortable in the car before buying.

    My first day in this car I drove 1000 miles from Boise ID, to Santa Fe, NM. After 16 hours of freeway, backroads, and some snow I fell in love with it, yet couldn't wait to get out. The car corners and brakes beautifully. The 215 HP engine was almost fast enough. Having never owned a true sports car before, I found the ride somewhat rough, especially over uneven pavement. The seat while supportive, was very firm. It could really use lumbar support. I discovered that if you use all three mirrors and don't try to look over your shoulder the blind spot goes away. All in all, I love driving this car to work everyday.

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    2005 Chrysler 300C - Base RWD

    Pros: The styling.

    Cons: Unnecessary question.

    Advice: Be mature enough to handle the envy.

    The Chrysler 300C is the most exhilarating automobile I have ever driven, including the Caddillac STS and the Corvette. Even while parked the vehicle makes a most powerful statement. This is not a vehicle for the under 40 crowd. One must have lived long enough and paid the requisite dues of life in order to fully appreciate the this marvel of automotive technology and genius.