I bought a new car and they worked with me. I strongly reccomend them. They are very friendly. I had an issue and Austin showed how the fix it.
Lots of value but...
by mavcrossfireguy from Naples, FL
January 3, 2019
I bought my crossfire roadster used and I’ve had it for three years now. The Crossfire is a Mercedes 320 SLK in all but name so it’s predictable in its virtues and vices. The styling is awesome and the grip is excellent. Acceleration is OK. Center handling is marginal due to the type of steering. If you buy a roadster know that the plastic rear window will likely fall out, and you will have to replace the hydraulic cylinders at some point. The cylinder replacement is very expensive so plan on doing heavy negotiation when buying a used roadster. The engine maintenance is twerky, and expect the usual Mercedes leaks and repairs. Always do a very thorough inspection of the engine before buying a used crossfire and watch especially for leakage. Leaks in the valve cover gaskets and oil main seal are not unusual. And be sure to check the engine mounts as well. If you have any play in the automatic transmission chances are the engine and transmission mounts need to be replaced. Sensors can be very sensitive and a sticky key problem is very common. Forget about the TPS system. This is a car for fun daily driving without expecting too much as a sports car. Like the 320, the crossfire has little collectibility but who cares because it’s a lot of fun. The interior is nothing special and unfortunately has a lot of cheap plastic parts. The SRT is the up-engined crossfire but they tend to have a number of supercharger problems. I put a magnaflow exhaust on mine and it sounds great. A good set of summer tires will improve the already great handling. Before buying a used crossfire be sure to look at all the maintenance records. If the records are incomplete you’re better off just walking away because that means the previous owners didn’t take enough care of their vehicle. Take care of the maintenance and the car is a blast.
Took my 2013 CR-V in for oil change and walked out with a new 2018 CR-V. Nice place, quick service and knowledgeable sales staff. My second car from here.
Very sporty and fun to drive
by Candy from Franklin, TN
December 13, 2018
Lots of fun to drive. My husband is primary driver. The drive from Nashville was simple and worth the drive to get this SRT model he wanted as the last Crossfire was not.
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