What should I look for in a used Chrysler Crossfire sports?
The Crossfire's 3.2-litre motor promises to be tough and long-lived if serviced correctly, and the suspension and transmission look tough enough to stand the test of time.
However, Chrysler has a poor record for reliability, and there are plenty of gadgets that could play up after a few years' use: for example, the motors for the electric seat adjusters may well expire expensively after a few years.
Finally, check that hood. It's a quality item intended to last as long as the car, but a replacement will cost well into four figures if the material is ripped, frayed or covered in mildew.