What should I look for in a used Chrysler Crossfire coupe?
The Crossfire remains relatively rare in the UK so we cannot give a full picture of its likely reliability. However, the signs are ominous, as Chrysler has a patchy reputation for reliability: its Voyager MPV and Neon saloon never rated as better than average in the What Car?/Warranty Direct Reliability Index.
There are plenty of gadgets to play up after a few years' use: we'd worry that, for example, the motors for the electric seat adjusters might expire expensively after a few years.
That said, the 3.2 motor promises to be tough and long-lived if serviced correctly, while the suspension and transmission look tough enough to stand the tests of time.