Well-maintained Crossfire Roadster in fantastic condition
– From 2003 to 2007 the company Karmann built 76,045 Crossfires based on the SLK 170.
– 30,539 of them were roadsters
– 3.2 liter V6 engine with 160 kW (218 hp)
– Five-speed automatic transmission
– Retrofitted hands-free system
– Leather steering wheel
– CD-Player, Radio, navigation system, speed control, power windows and mirrors
– Chrysler alloy wheels
– Total mileage of only 56.000 Km
– The vehicle has no signs of use and is in almost perfect condition
“Route 66 meets the Autobahn” was the marketing slogan of the Chrysler Crossfire, presented in 2003. This sports car was not built in the US, but at Karmann in Osnabrueck and was available as a coupe and roadster. The Crossfire was based on the Mercedes SLK of the R 170 series, but with a fixed steel roof or a fabric roof for the roadster. The name of the model comes from the crease directions crossing along the side line. The basic engine of the smallest sports car marketed as Chrysler was a 3.2-litre naturally aspirated 160 kW (218 hp) engine. In 2004, at the Geneva Motor Show, the stronger version, Crossfire SRT6, with a supercharged engine and an output of 246 kW (335 hp) was presented. The SRT6 was available with a six-speed manual gearbox or with a five-speed automatic gearbox at an extra charge. Two special models, Black Line and Silver Line, appeared at the end of 2014 to increase sales. Black Line was a cheaper version, which was offered only with manual transmission. The Silver Line variant, on the other hand, was equipped with automatic transmissions and carbon fiber fairings. By 2007, a total of 76,045 units of this elegant sports car had been built. An interesting detail: The standard tyres are 18 inches at the front and 19 inches at the rear.