I thought the roadster had a bit more headroom and all other dimensions were the same.
Originally Posted by Padgett
Just would mention that "big and tall" people should try on a Crossfire and make sure you can get comfortable. There is slightly more range to a coupe than a roadster and the potential for modification of a coupe is greater but may require surgery to the seat (in case of hip issues) and the rear bulkhead (non-structural) for the tall.
So I checked and I am correct.
2 0 0 5 C H R Y S L E R C R O S S F I R E C O U P E / C R O S S F I R E R O A D S T E R
Seating Capacity __________________________________________________ _________________________________2
Head room __________________________________________________ ____________________36.9 (936)óCoupe
Leg room __________________________________________________ ___________________________42.7 (1085)
Shoulder room __________________________________________________ ______________________52.7 (1338)
Hip room __________________________________________________ ___________________________53.3 (1354)
Seat travel __________________________________________________ _____________________________7.6 (194)
Volume index __________________________________________________ ________48.0 cu. ft. (1.36 cu. m)óCoupe
48.6 cu. ft. (1.37 cu. m)óRoadster
Cargo volume index __________________________________________________ __________7.6 cu. ft. (215L)óCoupe;
6.5 cu. ft. (190L) with top upóRoadster;
3.6 cu. ft. (104L) with top downóRoadster