Bought it in 1997 brand new; fell in love with it on test drive; forgot about all the other cars I test drove. Very smooth, very comfortable, great looking car for a very reasonable price. At 7+ years, it still looks and feels new! This car has spoiled me. No trouble at all after all these years.
No problems at all, good looks, super-smooth ride, leg room, lots of car for the price I paid.
Dashboard is too plain; could use some upgrades, some pizazz!
I love my 1997 Thunderbird. Since I've
brought my baby, I've had many offers
from people wanting to buy it from me.
My car and I have been through a
divorce, a move to a different city and
my baby have not stop for one moment.
I love my car!!!
My favorite features: The style...I
love the body...It truly is has all the
luxury a woman represents...
The 97 Thunderbird is one of the
greatest cars ever to hit the
streets. I bought mine at a nearby
dealership just last week at 154,000
miles. There was absoulutly nothing
wrong with it. It is still strong and
the V8 gives lots of power and even
better performance. I wish that Ford
would continue to make them. Retro
can stay in the past!! I highly
reccomend the Ford Thunderbird to
anyone who wants a decent, reliable,
and fun-to-drive car.
V8 Power, Comfortable Bucket Seats,
The look and feel. and of course the
Its kind of pointless now, but too bad
they werent lighter
I bought this car impulsively in 1997,
but it turned out to be the best car
I've ever had. This has been a
pleasant surprise, given the problems
some Fords have had. The only problem
in seven years has been the need to
replace a radiator hose twice.
Otherwise, the only expense consists
of my usual trips to SuperLube. I get
good gas mileage and performance from
the V6.. Everytime I get the urge to
consider getting a new car, I just go
for a ride in the TBird, and realize
that I already have what I want.
The Reliability and the look.
They should never have converted it to
an upscale niche model.