hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
50,086 miles

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problem #3

Sep 102014


  • 99,500 miles
I was driving on the freeway with my driver and passenger side windows down when I heard a loud clapping noise coming from the 3rd window (convertible window). The window glue has begun unsticking and the upholstery and glass were coming apart. If not for immediate corrective actions the window could have flown away and into other cars behind me.

- Hacienda Heights, CA, USA

problem #2

Mar 142013

Crossfire 6-cyl

  • 19,758 miles
The rear window on my 2006 crossfire came unglued and fell out. Have talked with Chrysler and this is a major concern on the 2005 crossfires and Chrysler has extended the convertible top warranty to 10 year/100,000 miles. The 2006 models are not covered but still suffer the same problem. The convertible tops for all years of crossfires are the same. My concern is that the top blew out traveling at 40 mph and struck a street sign, what if it struck a car or pedestrian and injured, maimed or killed another person. There is a major design a flaw with the rear window to canvas top glue and Chrysler should be held accountable and offer to fix or replace all convertible tops on the crossfires.

- Stockdale, TX, USA

problem #1

Jun 022012


  • 31,000 miles
When I purchased my vehicle in December 2007, I did not had any major problems. Until... on or about the first of June, 2012, I parked my car and noticed that the rear window had come a part from the convertible top. Since I had not been in an accident, I began to research online to see if other consumers had experienced this window issue. Site after site, complaint after complaint was read. With so many people experiencing this problem without a suitable response or solution to its consumer, this has become a serious problem, a defect that must be resolved and the cars should be recalled. The potential to endanger lives far outweighs any other consideration. When someone buys a convertible, one doesn't expect to be driving along and the glass comes flying down and out. It's not safe! the only repair solution is the entire top must be replaced (costing upwards of $2100) due to no negligence of the consumer. If I have read these complaints, I'm certain that Chrysler has as well. Years of this problem has persisted. Still poor production of this same product and no recall by Chrysler. The company hasn't skimped on the sales prices on this vehicle. I don't expect it to take shortcuts when it comes to consumer safety. Why should the consumer suffer loss of safety and welfare? I humbly ask that these vehicles be recalled.

- Walterboro, SC, USA