This was my folks church car for over 10 years, when they decided to upgrade to a new crown vic before production ended, I took this one as my daily driver to and from work. this car has only 67000 miles but has never given them or me any problems, I think they replaced the battery once and the alternator once, other than that they just drove it, the window motors are getting a little weak, but hey they are 11 years old now, overall the car is smooth riding with good gas mileage for a V8, around 23 MPG, the seats are not the most comfortable but small price to pay for the superior ride and drive and economy. this is a car made from steel, not nearly as much plastic as the new ones have. it's an oldie but a goodie.
Big car that feels small
2004 Ford Crown VictoriaCrochet Queen - Tulsa, OK09/11/2011
Looking at this car, you would think that it would be very roomy on the inside but alas it is not. The driver's seat doesn't go back far enough, the steering wheel only tilts up and down, that no telescoping option. The seat belt is surprisingly short. There are no radio controls on the steering wheel. While this car is classified as a "luxury" vehicle, that classification is based only on the overall length and width of the vehicle, there is nothing luxurious about this vehicle. The car does handle well and has a fairly narrow turning radius.
Crown Vic buyer
2003 Ford Crown Victoria - , 09/25/2013
Purchased the car in an emergency situation and it has been a good decision. Rides smooth, good engine performance, excellent gas mileage for the long road. Comfortable seating, nice trunk for hauling large items.