What's the used Chrysler Crossfire like?
It might look like a classic American sports coupe, but the Crossfire's engineering is bang up to date. A low driver's seat and high window line make the cabin feel cosy, although this also restricts rear visibility, so it's tricky to reverse-park.
Otherwise, it's basically good news: the two-seat cabin is comfortable, and the boot is big, if awkwardly shaped. Equipment levels are high, too - leather seats, dual-zone climate control and cruise control are all standard - but the quality of interior fittings and switches is poor for the price.
Drivers will certainly enjoy the burbly 3.2 V6 engine, which produces 215bhp and plenty of mid-rev pull, as well as a rich, throaty note once you reach 4000rpm.
Traction is very good and body control is excellent, but the ride is poor, jarring over lumps and bumps.