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Chrysler Crossfire, Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6, Coupe, Convertible
#220 of 253 Any recent purchases?
Oct 19, 2009 (8:21 pm)
I have been keeping my eye on Chrysler Crossfires the last year since they announced they were discontinuing the model. Used prices spiked in the summer (makes sense). Yesterday I was online and saw a dealer selling a 2007 for 15k. I then saw today the same dealer selling 2 new '08s for 21K. I definately don't see a value for 7K difference for one year although it appears the '08 is a limited and the '07 is a base. I saw that some people paid 17K for an '08, some OTD. Has anyone had any luck recently? I would definately buy the '08 for 17K where 2K more makes sense for a model year. Any thoughts or anyone have any recent purchases? Any one buy any 2007 models recently?
#221 of 253 Re: Pricing on new 08 Convertables ?? [zq8]
Oct 19, 2009 (8:30 pm)
What dealership did you get yours at ZQ8
#222 of 253 Re: Pricing on new 08 Convertables ?? [tigerjeepguy]
Oct 20, 2009 (3:55 am)
#223 of 253 Re: Any recent purchases? [tigerjeepguy]
Oct 20, 2009 (5:13 pm)
So the honeymoon is over.... I drove an '08 auto tranny limited and was unimpressed. It had huge blind spots in the rear, tiny mirrors. I can just imagine how little I can see when there is a passenger. The auto was uninspiring; when I punched it the trans was like "do you really want to do that"? It got going between 25 and 50 but it took a while to get there. Such a beautiful car though... Oh well it wasn't meant to be.
#224 of 253 Re: Any recent purchases? [tigerjeepguy]
Nov 01, 2009 (12:12 pm)
A local former Chrysler dealer in Columbus MS has a new 2008 Crossfire listed at $27k (MSRP $37k).
#225 of 253 Chrysler Crossfire Lease Questions
by Car_man HOST
Feb 08, 2009 (11:34 am)
#226 of 253 Chrysler Crossfire: Lease Questions
by Car_man HOST
Aug 31, 2005 (3:33 am)
Hi everyone. Please use the following discussion to post any questions that you have about leasing a Chrysler Crossfire. Thanks.
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#227 of 253 Leasing a Crossfire in the Denver area
Sep 04, 2005 (12:03 pm)
Hi, we are trying to find a good lease deal on a black Crossfire in the Denver area. We've dealt with one dealership so far... they are currently offering an employee-rate deal, which brings the sale price (according to them) down to $37681. They said there are also $3000 in rebates available right now (a $1000 rebate plus a $2000 rebate). The quote we have gotten so far is the following: Based on the after-rebate sale price of $34681, a 3-year lease, 12000 miles/year, and no down payment: $575/month (includes taxes for our location).
Does this sound reasonable, good, bad? Thanks very much.
#228 of 253 Re: Leasing a Crossfire in the Denver area [jiw2]
Sep 04, 2005 (5:53 pm)
Sounds high to me.What model are you looking at??
In Ohio a Limited with nav, all season tires and two tone interior has a lease of $408 a month for 39 mo with a a lease turn in incentive, $1000 cash back and about $3000 price reduction for a 2005.
An SRT is way higher. No deal on these.
#229 of 253 Updated offer
Sep 06, 2005 (9:21 am)
This is for a 2005 Crossfire Limited Roadster with auto transmission (also has GPS nav, two-tone interior, and ASP tires). Latest offer is $498/month (including all taxes) and no cash due at signing whatsoever... in other words, they'll also make the first payment for us, so we only make 35 payments instead of 36. (This is a 3-year lease, 12,000 miles/year). Sound a lot better, I'm guessing? Pretty fair, or still not good enough?