Agfa is always a name that crops up when people are asking about cross-processing. Their Precisa CT100 film has achieved a legendary status because of the results it gives. Agfa stopped producing film in 2005/2006, but another company continues to produce Precisa under the AgfaPhoto name. Some argue that the "new" version of the film is totally different to the original; but I haven't noticed this.
As you can see from the gallery, the photos are very contrasty and saturated. This characteristic is what makes it so popular!
These photos were mostly scanned in labs using a Fuji SP3000 scanner. Results may vary depending on how you or your lab scans your negatives.