Primary Navigation Mobile

Chrysler Crossfire Roadster interior, tech and comfort

2004 - 2008 (change model)
Comfort rating: 2.5 out of 52.5

Written by David Ross Published: 6 June 2019 Updated: 6 June 2019

If you’re over six foot tall you may find the seat doesn’t go back far enough to give you a comfortable driving position, although headroom is not a problem. What is of more concern is the cheap looking interior which houses plenty of silver plastic when rivals offer aluminium. The switches feel a little on the flimsy side and general build quality isn’t up to the standard of similarly priced coupes.

Visibility, especially out the back, is severely limited.

The price you pay for those looks is a lack of interior space. There are no rear seats and not even much in the way of room to recline the front chairs without sacrificing all the legroom. The seats themselves are built for cushioning rather than support, which is noticeable, not only on twisting roads, but also longer journeys. The ride can be very poor over rough surfaces so driving the Crossfire is rarely a relaxing or quiet experience with road and engine noise constant intrusions, even with the roof up.

Review contents