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The base 2008 Chrysler Crossfire is nearly completely equipped, but lacks some entertainment and communications features.
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limited in-cabin storage and just one cup-holder

The Crossfire's tires were specially designed for the car
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In the last year of its life, the Chrysler Crossfire has seen its model range chopped to a single trim level—Limited—though the choice of coupe or convertible still is offered.

“Only the Limited trim level is offered for 2008, as the base models have been dropped,” Edmunds reports, and it comes “standard with 18-inch wheels in front and 19s out back, dual-zone manual air-conditioning, an eight-speaker, 240-watt stereo system, power-adjustable leather seats with heaters, leather-wrapped steering wheel, full power accessories.”

Convertible Crossfires get “a power top with a glass rear window and defroster,” Edmunds adds. Auto Spectator reports a one-button roof motor lowers or raises the top.

Crossfire options for 2008 include the five-speed automatic transmission with Auto Stick and heated seats. A navigation system is offered, but neither Bluetooth nor iPod connectivity is on the menu.

The Crossfire is out of production as of this writing, so while shopping for one, you should be able to realize substantial discounts from the sticker price.


The base 2008 Chrysler Crossfire is nearly completely equipped, but lacks some entertainment and communications features.

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