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A reporter is interested in talking with satisfied owners of a 2001-2006 Ford Crown Victoria or Mercury Grand Marquis who are also parents. If you are interested in commenting on your experience, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, November 21, 2008 and include your city and state of residence, the model year of your vehicle and the age of your child/ren. Thanks for your consideration, Jonathan Wahl Corporate Communications ... Read More
Because you monitor for Ford I hope you will hear my comments below. That Ford continues to install Crown Victoria engines in Town Cars is not providing a Town Car level engine for the TC. The price of the Town Car screams for a more powerful and distinctive engine. At least provide a "Power Option" engine of 5.4 L enabling the TC to not be plagued with the same engine as ... Read More
They should drop the Crown Victoria name and replace it with the Falcon when the Australian Ford Falcon comes here in 2008. check it out here. Australian Fords
Hold on and see what happens in 2006 and 2008. The new Charger police model requires Ford to upgrade the car, especially power, or they will lose a big chunk of the market.
I've heard the rumor about a 2008 redesign based on the Aus Falcon, but not the Explorer... I'd like to think that given the popularity of Dodge/Chrysler RWD vehicles of late, ford would be smarter than to switch the CV/GM to a FWD D3 platform. This is especially true when you consider that there would be overlap between a Five Hundred and a D3 based Crown Victoria. I'd hate to ... Read More
Today's Automotive News says that Ford is studying using the next generation Australian Ford Falcon platform for replacements for the Crown Victoria and Grand Marquis. The new cars would be slightly smaller than the current CV/GM. The new cars may be out as soon as the 2008 model year. The Lincoln Town Car would not go to this platform. Ford may also decide to continue producing the Panthers instead.
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