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Produced from 2003 to 2007, the Chrysler Crossfire was a two-seat sports car notable for its unique low-slung design. The Crossfire was produced in base, limited, and supercharged SRT-6 models. All the models were available as either a coupe or roadster, and a convertible model was introduced in 2005. The base and limited models came with 215 horsepower, and buyers had a choice between standard and automatic transmissions. The SRT-6 was only produced between 2005 and 2006. It offered 330 horsepower from an AMG supercharged engine.
The Crossfire’s stylish design was similar to the Mercedes-Benz SLK, but the car did not sell well in the United States. Reviewers complained of a poor steering response and uninteresting interior styling. The Crossfire averaged 15-19 miles per gallon in the city and 23-25 mpg on the highway, and this low fuel economy may have been another factor in its sales performance.