Ford's biggest passenger car and its Mercury Grand Marquis twin are the last of a genre that was once mainstream: the full-size, V-8 powered rear-drive family sedans. With the exception of some luxury vehicles, the full-size segment is now dominated by front-drive rivals.The Crown Victoria ... Read Full Report
Police forces traditionally have favored big, affordable, rear-drive V-8 sedans. There's a lot of room in them for felons and doughnuts, and they have enough power to catch most of the bad guys. Alas, the years have not been kind to the sub-luxury subspecies of Gigantis Reardrivicus. Chrysler stopped building one back in the '80s. The Chevy Caprice tossed in its greasy towel i... Read full review for the 2000 Ford Crown Victoria
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Bought an ex-taxi Crown Vic with 716,325 miles on it. Yes you read that correctly. I work at a place with no gaurds on the parking lot and no security system. Since I work inside all day long I cant d... Read Full Review
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