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Chryslerís Crossfire was Chryslerís sport coupe for the early to mid-2000s. Built for Chrysler by Karmann of Germany, Chrysler state that the Crossfire was, "to evoke a strong", passionate, emotional response. We had to retain that. We want to polarize our audienceówe want people to love it or hate it."" And that it did, whether you love the Crossfire or hate it, it is an iconic car for Chrysler. Moreover, when showing your Crossfire some TLC, donít forget that a Chrysler Crossfire repair manual may be just the tool you need to get the job done.

The Chrysler Crossfire was the baby born out of the merger betwix Chrysler and Daimler-Benz. The Chrysler Crossfire concept car was debuted at the 2001 North American International Auto Show.

The Crossfire's visual presence includes 19-inch rear wheels and 18-inch front wheels, a distinctive fastback roof, and broad rear fenders.

Chrysler executed the exterior and interior styling. The other features of the car such as engine, transmission, wheelbase, track, chassis structure, suspension components, are shared with the R170 platform. The dashboard controls, layout, and instruments are also similar to those on the Mercedes-Benz SLK320.

It featured a standard transmission is a 6-speed manual with an optional 5-speed automatic. Base and Limited models, sold initially beginning in 2003, were outfitted with a Mercedes-Benz M112 V6 3.2 L 18-valve SOHC engine which produced 215 hp (160 kW) and 229 lb⋅ft (310 N⋅m) of torque.

SRT-6 was equipped with a supercharged version of the M112 engine called the AMG. The AMG was paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Surprisingly, the Crossfire does not have a rack and pinion steering system; Alternatively, it uses a recirculating ball system. The front suspension is unequal length (SLA) double wishbone suspension with 5 point multi-link in the rear.

The Chrysler Crossfire's featured large alloy wheels with performance-rated tires, a Becker sourced AM/FM stereo with an anti-theft system, keyless entry with security alarm, a power-retractable rear wing spoiler, full instrumentation, a 3.2 L V6 engine with manual transmission, and RWD. Optional features on the Chrysler Crossfire included a six-speaker premium Infinity sound system with two ""subwoofers"" mounted directly behind each seat.

For the 2004 model year, only the coupe was offered. By the 2005 model year, there were two models available; the Coupe and the Roadster, each with three trim levels: Base, Limited, and SRT-6. There was a SE Roadster model in 2006-2007. As part of its restructuring plans, Chrysler discontinued the Crossfire after the 2008 model year. On December 17, 2007, the last Crossfire rolled off of the assembly line.

Despite the fact that the hayday of the Crossfire is over, donít let that fool you into thinking they arenít still around. Theyíre out there. So, remember if you ever need help servicing your Crossfire, having a Chrysler Crossfire service manual can make the job go smoother. So, go pick up yours today!