you don’t mind a hard and very stiff ride but
like very fast accelerations, great cornering and decent
braking, you’ll enjoy driving this sports car.
Of course, you’ll quickly get frustrated on the
streets and wish the automobile came with an autocross
track. The interior is quite cramped, but you can make
some use out of the trunk despite its tricky narrow-access
well. Suede-type material (Alcantara) will help keep
you in your seat.
with previous Crossfire
test drives, the coupe is highly maneuverable and highly
stable. With a short wheelbase, large wheels (18”
front, 19” rear) equipped with performance Michelin
tires and an enhanced electronic stability program with
traction control, it's difficult to find yourself sliding.
The looks are more aggressive than the standard issue
with a reworked air dam and a large rear spoiler approaching
the looks of a whale tail.
far as a fun car, it’s got a lot going for itself.
However, its price is simply its worst enemy. Since
the car is manufactured in Germany with Mercedes-Benz
components and expensive labor, you get hit at the sticker
price. But it's a great ride around the track.
7-year or 70,000-mile Powertrain
Limited Warranty with towing assistance, 3-year or 36,000-mile
Basic Limited Warranty