What you have here is a mule dressed up
in cheaply made finery trying to
impress the best. The car is a roving
showpiece of mediocrity, poor build
quality, and bad ergonomics. Annoying
rattles, poor seat support, inadequate
climate controls--car windows fogged
frequently. If your desire is to drive
a taxi, buy one. It's about all it's
Full size trunk. Roomy interior.
This car needs a major makeover!
Improve quality! Replace the injury
inducing cup holders!
Ford's Crown Victoria is a far cry from
it's predecessors of the 70's when it
was known as LTD. Today's Crown Vic is
cheap in every way. No longer a class
act. Being a true full-size car is all
it has going for it. Ford needs to put
this one out to pasture.
Huge trunk. Spacious Interior. Decent
Just about everything! Lousy fit and
finish. Cheap plastic everywhere!
Uncomfortable seats. Cup holders are
annoying! Exterior trim finish poor. No
locking gas cap! A fatigue-inducing car
'98 Crown Vic is the best Vic for
performance yet.The rear supspension is
terrific on mountain curves and in
quick city corners ,especially at high
speed..much more so than my
previous '95 vic. Mine has the
perfornace and handling package wich
provides the extra HP, and handling to
truly enjoy this car.Up to 70MPH car is
outstanding- - from there to 100MPH is
when performance stands out , not down
and no let down untill you do!!
The on/off button on the gear shift
knob releasing the "over-drive" which
allows for one less gear and higher
RPMs for much higher HP and quicker
gear output !
Relocate the stupid cup holder from
middle of the console - it's a knee
buster...have door holders instead!!
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