The 2008 Chrysler Crossfire is both innovative and reliable, with several new features offering convenience and safety. An interesting, yet impressive new feature, is the Autostick automatic transmission, which gives the feel of a manual-shift without the sometimes-burdening clutch.
The ‘08 Crossfire is not only a vehicle convenience, but rides on a lot of power as well. It uses 215-horse power and has a V6 engine. Its novel remote start turns on the engine at the push of a button, and for safety, this Chrysler comes with an engine immobilizer that won’t start with a forged key or hot wires, making theft difficult.
Its appearance turns heads with ease, with low-slung design and subtle edges. A retractable spoiler deploys automatically when the vehicle reaches 60 mph.
Safety is more than sufficient, as the 2008 Chrysler Crossfire comes standard with several features, including front, side and knee airbags, and an available tire pressure monitoring system automatically checks each tire for proper inflation, and an emits a warning if low or excessive tire pressure is detected.
To make this ride more enjoyable for its occupants, the Crossfire includes an AM/FM stereo with a CD player and six speakers. Interior comfort is provided with dual-zone air conditioning and leather trim bucket seats.
Features like the Crossfire’s Electronic Stability program, which adjusts the torque in critical driving situations, and determines when to apply the brakes to more wheels, show that this 2008 Chrysler is in a breed of its own.
Chrysler’s 2008 Crossfire is a mix of technology, safety and convenience, and customers will likely giving this vehicle a second look.