Cons: "Needs more rear leg room, taller gearing for MPG"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I mean that in jest, of course. It is a former sheriff's department rig. It is a no-brag but utterly reliable vehicle. Parts are inexpensive, it doesn't need repairs, it is quick, agile, and handy. Family fits inside it fine, lots of steel to protect them, good safety ratings, reasonable mileage for the size and weight. Visibility outward is excellent in all directions, interior materials are cheap but durable, seats are quite comfortable with power lumbar on driver's, as well as power adjustable pedals. Everything works."
"The ford crown Victoria is no longer produced so all that can be said by me has been said already by others. Ford made a hugh mistake when production stopped on that model. Ford left many buyers disappointed. I don't figure the police officers in this great country were to happy to part with there crown victoria. No other car built today can come close to it in any shape or form in my book. Sure there are faster cars but faster is not always better.I am 69 years of age and have owned ford cars from the 1953 model year and still do at this time so I know more then a little about fords."
"Recently picked up this car and honestly, it has the smoothest ride of any other car I've driven/ridden in. I felt it was lacking in power, so I put a cold air intake and set up dual exhaust on it from a police interceptor. This thing hauls now, plus when it rains heavy the Vic is pretty unlikely to hydroplane. All in all the only thing I would change is the stock ride height, hard to get under it for maintenance without it being up on jack stands."
"Hi...I've owned this car for a little over 2 years and have nothing but good to say about it. I did add a LED trunk light on the passenger side of the trunk compartment..it was not getting enough light at night. It rides great..dependable..comfortable..and easy to drive.. and love the turning radius."