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Pros: looks, speed, handling
Cons: hard to see when in reverse, hard to adjust seats
Advice: just buy it! you'll love itlove at first sight
Pros: sound when acceleratinmg , looks . loaded with all the options. first class
Cons: cup holder. shouldnt drink while driving anyway (soda)
Advice: keeps you slim and trim. not for plus sizesive had mine 1 year and i still love it . nothiing compares to this sports car. style, quality, price . i have the coupe may trade for the roadster. my dealer has a black one sharp. mine is that graphite which is so cool
Pros: The way it looks.
Cons: The clutch, you have to get used to the take up.
Advice: The Dealers are really dealing. I got a Crossfire for less than Miata money.Great car. I feel good every time I get in and drive. Requires more skill and involvement to drive well than my old Miata. The Miata was a great 'kid car', the Crossfire is more grown-up and serious. Fast enough, quiet for a roadster, handles well but doesn't beat you up on the freeway.
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.
Pros: to numerious to list
Cons: not a thing
Advice: go and get you oneLoved it so much I bought it and I'm having a blast driving it!
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.
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.