by billjohdoittod on Jul 18, 2011 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
I've had this 2007 CVPI for about seven months.
I wanted one of these because of all the heavy-duty stuff that makes it virtually indestructible.
And it is.
The ride is stiff (not a problem for me) and the car goes exactly where I tell it to go.
It's not a race car, but it is a car that I would trust in situations where a "softer" car would have problems.
Seven months, no problems.
I happily recommend them to others, and if this one is ever wrecked, I'll look for another one as the replacement.
by kybfore on Apr 24, 2008 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
This is the third Crown Vic I have owned. I ran the first to 141K and the second to 176K. I have put 14K on this one to date. While the ride on this one is a bit stiff, it is compensated by excellent handling. My wife just says, "It's fun to drive." On a recent road trip of over 850 miles, I held my speed down to 65 and got 30.6 MPG overall, without air. Now, tell me what other vehile gets that fuel efficiency in the comfort provided by the CV? I understand that Ford is discontinuing the CV for consumer use, so I will probably have to go to the Grand Marquis in 8-10 years when this one needs replacement.
by Pete on Apr 16, 2008 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
This is my first new Crown Vic after four used ones ranging from a 1984 to a 2000. It's a very comfortable car to drive, handles well and has a lot of room. It has the sport package, with console, buckets and leather upholstery; I did have the dealer replace the 17" original rims with 16" so I could use snow tires on it (a must in upstate New York). I couldn't be more pleased; it's incredible that Ford is phasing the car out -- I'd trade for another one in the future if I can find a good, low-mileage one with significantly less mileage than I'll have on this one at the time, but I know Crown Vics can go 200000 miles, so I'm not in any hurry.
by golfer on Nov 5, 2007 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
We have owned one Ford Crown Vic, then a Mercury Marquis and now another Crown Vic. We find them both to be the same and will always prefer them over other cars. We have looked at many and always come back. The ride and reliability is always great. When travelling we have always found great dealerships to help us out if there is a problem.
by Mr Bean on Mar 30, 2007 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
The Crown Victoria is a great car. This is the third one that I own and it is just as good as the other two that I had. These cars hardly ever brake down and the only maintenance that's required is regular fluid changes. Crown Victoria is also very comfortable to ride in. It drives as smooth as a boat which it kinda is. The handling has been greatly improved since a few years ago and it has plenty of power.
by Pat on Feb 28, 2007 Vehicle: 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
I started out with a ’95 Crown Vic, which I bought used. In the 8 or 9 years that I owned it, I never had a break-down or any problems mechanically or otherwise. I also average about 5mpg better than the EPA rating. However I had the opportunity to drive a new one, while my car was getting some bodywork done. And well, old reliable is getting an upgrade. These cars are comfortable, have plenty of power, and corners like they're on rails. There is definitely a reason why all of the police departments depend on them. I could easily drive this for another 10 or more years, but some of the new features, like an available moon roof, and the front bucket seats, have me thinking about upgrading.
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