Chrysler Crossfire gets the Axe!

Sales of the Chrysler Crossfire have never really taken off. The car is based on the previous generation Mercedes SLK, which was not enough to drive sales.


After five years of stagnant sales the Crossfire is going to die sometime this summer according to AutoTelegraaf. In 2004 Chrysler sold 35,700 Crossfires, but in 2005 they only sold 9,900. In that same year Crossfires were staying on the lot an average of 302 days before they were sold, far beyond the normal average.

Styling and Price are two of the main reasons that the car performed poorly.

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