2004 Ford Thunderbird Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
The car is really fun to drive. The
styling is simply beautiful.
Comfortable seats, but there could be
more head room. I'm lucky if I get 15
mpg in the city, but then I've got a
lead foot. No one will beat it once
the light turns green. Highway milage
is a respectable 24 mpg. Interior
storage space is dismal. The storage
areas are just too small to be really
useful. The raddio and AC area is a
little busy with many small buttons,
but works well. A couple of trim
pieces (lower side of drivers seat and
base of parking brake) came loose, but
the dealer fixed them at no charge.
The exterior styling of the car is my
favorite feature. Second favorite
feature would be performance. The car
is rocket fast and quite responsive in
handling quick sharp curves.
Improve increase interior storage. The
parcel shelf could have velcro straps
to hold an auxillary CD storage case or
some type of small box to additional
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