by gibby on Jul 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Crown Victoria 4dr Sedan
Well i bought my Crown Vic last summer and have bagged it to its limits aka ramped it, lots of drifting and gravel drifting, racing where it has hit the rev limiter countless times. The only thing that I have had to do to is change the tires a couple of times, an oil change and changed the brakes. These cars are awesome. The only bad thing is that the body will fall apart before the engine does. Mine has 280k km on it and still goes on road trips and is reliable!
by engine5wfd on Oct 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Crown Victoria 4dr Sedan
this is a great car, rock solid build
quality, never suffered a breakdownd,
176,000 miles and the motor runs like
new, minor rattles in front end, seats
a little uncomfortable in front,
overall a good buy for a reliable, made
a trip to new york, about 400 miles
round trip, i averaged, 27.3 miles to
the gallon at 75 mph, regular gas!!!!,
im impressed, will buy another one when
the time comes.
After a total redesign, the corny LTD moniker is dropped from name and the station wagon body style is deleted from the Crown Vic's lineup. Suspension improvements include gas-charged shock absorbers and rear stabilizer bars. Antilock brakes are optional but four-wheel disc brakes are standard.