I guess I should have said what kind of car it is. It's a 2005 Crossfire Limited Series, not the RT (I looked at the RT, but the insurance premiums would be enormous, and with my driving record, prohibitive, LOL). Except for the first car I got when turning 16, I've always driven German cars, BMW in particular. I never thought I'd by a Chrysler, but I'm driving one now. it's based of the Mercedes SLK, and is made primarily by Chrysler-Daimler in Germany. In fact the data sheet on the vehicle shows that over 90% of parts and labor is German. It really is a nice car. My first car when I turned 16 was a Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD. That thing was the worst new car I've ever had. It was really comfortable, don't get me wrong, and asthetically, it was a sharp looking SUV
at the time (1996), but that thing was CONSTANTLY in the shop. And most of the problems centered around that damn information screen. It was always beeping that something was wrong. And the most annoying thing was when the hood sensor was a mess. Everytime I hit a bump, the information screen would beep and say, hood ajar! I took it in 4 times to be fixed. Service was horrible, long, and it got to the point that I'd just turn up my CD
player loud enough that I couldn't hear it beeping. After that, I hated all products associated with Chrysler/Jeep. Now that Chrysler bought Daimler, their engineering, design, and features have immensely improved. I think that their total client base is changing, hence the rise in their upper-end products. They've got that 4-door sedan that sort of looks like a Bently, and people that have bought them, love them. I seriously can say that my car is AWESOME. The interior features are a little more basic than my 330Ci was, but in all honesty, this car drives like a true solid sports car. You don't get that "American" sports car feel or sound. It's definitely German, and the sound is that "Oh so sexy European Purr to it."
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