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Chrysler dealer in Luton has a crossfire in, so I stopped to have a look.

I like the look of it, quite a big, muscly car, nice looking rear witht he twin centre exit exhausts, and interior looked quite well appointed.

Hadnt realised it is a two seater not a 2+2 and the boot looks little bigger than that of a TTr. But over all I like the look of it, alas I was hoping for such a big car it would have a bit more space inside.

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Our local Chrysler dealer had one on show on the forecourt at the weekend.

I only got a look at it from across the road, but my impressions were that it is smaller than I imagined (I too was surprised to see it was only a 2-seater).

It looks interesting, but may have made a better impression as a big coupe rather than a TT-sized jobbie.

Don't like the front grill - the Chrysler logo spoils it, but otherwise, it is different and funky fun, much like the PT Cruiser.

Deffo wouldn't buy one (or a PT Cruiser for that matter), but hats off to Chrysler for at least attempting to make interesting (affordable) cars.

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With Lodders on this one, it just doesn't work for me somehow. Not even a particularly inspiring drive by all accounts.

As an American car it's good, but compared with the best that Europe has to offer, no thanks.

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IIRC it's not really that American confused.gif

I think it's designed by a Brit and put together by Merc or is made of Merc bits

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With Lodders on this one, it just doesn't work for me somehow. Not even a particularly inspiring drive by all accounts.

As an American car it's good, but compared with the best that Europe has to offer, no thanks.

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IIRC it's not really that American confused.gif

I think it's designed by a Brit and put together by Merc or is made of Merc bits

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Yeah it is (Mercedes CLK) but it's still an American car in the way that a Golf is a German car despite being made in Slovakia (apparently). TT's are made somewhere odd too...

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