Kelley Blue Book Value®
$6,343 - $8,952
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
15 City / 23 HWY
Horsepower
215
Seats
2
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Kelley Blue Book Value®
$6,343 - $8,952
Used Fair Market Range
Crash Test Rating
Source NHTSA
MPG (up to)
15 City / 23 HWY
Horsepower
215
Seats
2

Expert Review

By Kelley Blue Book Editorial Staff

You'll Like The 2008 Chrysler Crossfire If...

If you are a sucker for great styling and like to own what will no doubt be a future collectible, check out the Crossfire. This is a true driver's car, with terrific performance, a great...

Chrysler Crossfire Models & Trims

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2008 Chrysler Crossfire Owner Reviews

4.43

7 Reviews

57% 29% 14% 2 star 0% 1 star 0%

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Great looking car and fun to drive. Excellent handling and acceleration and feels like a very substantial car when driving. Plenty of interior room and fabulous choice of dash display options. The radio with 6-CD changer is great and has 36 favorite preset station options

While I have had my vehicle for approximately a week, I am quite impressed with the sheer luxury and design of this American-made beauty. This is my first step into the American-made auto arena, and I must say I am impressed. Having always gone the foreign auto route and most recently coming from a 2007 BMW 328i, I was a bit skeptical about buying American. However, after persuasion from a friend who is a fellow Cadillac owner and the incentives offered on the 2010s, I decided to make the move. I must say at this point in time, I am completely satisfied with my new luxury sedan. The car turns plenty of heads, and I love my Black Raven exterior with Ebony interior. GM, you rock!

- crescencio C

If someone does not have children and travels with less than 2 people in the vehicle at all times take a peek at the Chrysler Crossfire. It's suitable for a single adult or a couple who preferably do not have children to transport as it is a coupe and not a lot of room.

My Chrysler Crossfire is a very unique vehicle and is no longer a production model from Chrysler. It has become increasingly rare over since 2008 and has very identifiable traits about it in comparison to other vehicles on the road. It's sporty, 2 door and low riding with quite a bit of performance. A dislike about the vehicle is the paint color, it's an off slate gray color from the factory and I've never liked it very much.

- Jason T

The Crossfire comes loaded with dual-zone air conditioning, leather seats, power windows, power locks, remote keyless entry, AM/FM stereo with CD and six Infinity speakers.

If you are a sucker for great styling and like to own what will no doubt be a future collectible, check out the Crossfire. This is a true driver's car, with terrific performance, a great interior and a very comfortable ride.

- Luis D

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