by wspringer on Dec 9, 2013 Vehicle: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria Country Squire LX 4dr Wagon
This is THE most comfortable car I have ever driven. Sure it is old, but it still has great build quality. There is almost no plastic on it. Nearly everything is metal and chrome. The front bench seat is like a couch, and the velour upholstery is very comfortable. It is also a reliable vehicle; I have never had it not start. The V8 has pretty good power, and it goes well in the snow for being rear-wheel drive. There is plenty of room inside for the family, or for cargo if you fold the seats down. This is the best car ever made.
by Jimmy on Aug 26, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX 4dr Wagon
I ordered my 1991 LX wagon February of 1990, because Ford was no longer building the 1990 model year. I took delivery on May 30, 1990. I am the original owner and the car has been primally used for family vacations, first towing a 16-foot camping trailer and now a 24-foot travel trailer. The car was ordered with factory towing package and has more than 40,000 miles towing. The car is still original, having replaced only the transmission output seal, power steering pump seal, fan clutch, and premium sound radio since purchased new. Regular service has been performed per the owners manual. The car is very comfortable, quite and power is adequate whether towing or driving solo.
by Brian on Jul 19, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX 4dr Wagon
I purchased my Crown Victoria in 2000 for $500. I can't remeber the actual original mileage, but it was high. I still own this car today, with over 250,000 miles on it. I have done everything in this car, to include towing and it has never let me down. I am ready to put a new transmission and a rebuilt engine into this wonderful vehicle, and have it repainted. That is how much I have enjoyed this car!
by Glynnis on May 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria LX 4dr Sedan
I have drove this car for the past two years now and find it to be a good family car. It is a good solidly enginered car to drive, but can be intimidating because of its large size. The design can fool people into thinking that it won't go that fast, but that is not the case. The feel of the ride is very smooth, and good for long car trips. As with most large cars with a V-8 engine, gas mileage could be better. Unlike most new cars today that have a center shift console, the '91 Crown Vic has a 6 passenger capacity, which is a definite plus. This car is a classic, and will be legally considered an anitque in a few years. Still reliable, it's one that is worth keeping.