2007 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

4 out of 5

2011

2014-09-18 20:21:51

OK, my Crown Vic is a 2011. I bought it 2 years ago with 22,000 miles on it. It had been a rental and was in mint condition. I paid $14,277.00 for it, which I consider to be a steal. I have put 22,000 additional miles on it. When I drive it to work, I average 18 mpg. On long trips on interstate highways I get 25-26 mpg. I have had no problems with the car. There is plenty of interior and trunk room. It's no speed demon, but has plenty of power from the small 4.6L V-8 engine. I had wanted a used 2011 Town Car, but they were over twice as much as I paid for the Crown Vic and I just couldn't see that much difference in the cars. I love my Crown Vic, I just hate to think what I'll have to buy when the Crown Vic dies. I take care of it with regular oil changes and other maintenance, so hopefully it will last. I like the Crown Vic's ride and comfort. The design is dated, but positives far outweigh the looks of the car.

2007 Ford Crown Victoria


The First Car

2007-09-25 07:14:42

I am in love with the Ford Crown Victoria's I even named my son Victor and my daughter thats right you guessed it Victoria. This is the first and last car that I plan to ever drive but I must say that the Chyrsler Concorde is giving this beautiful car some real competition that is just my opinion though. But I was in love with this car since I drove my first 1996 model in 2004. That my father bought for me. I think I was in love because the car was reliable and that it was eight years old and that the cost was quite lower than the mustang. The best part, it was a police edition so that my friends was the icing on the cake, better yet it was the cherry.

2007 Ford Crown Victoria

The last ride of the best Ford EVER!

2007-08-15 10:41:00

This is not a review but a farewell to an old friend.

What is with the 21st century? we are just seven and half years into it and already we have seen icons of the air and highways drive and fly off into the sunset.

First the Navy retires the F-14 Tomcat fighter plane.

Then the Air Force retires the F-117 Stealth Fighter.

On the highway, Big Rig manufactor Peterbuilt ends the 379 production after 20 years.

And now Ford retires the mighty Crown Victoria effectivly ending one of the longest production runs in automotive history.

From the 30's when it was the Model A Victoria, then it became the Crown Victoria in the 50's only to merge with the Galaxie nameplate in the 60's and early 70's from there it became the LTD Crown Victoria and then the tounge twisting name became the Crown vic in the 90's.

What gave my life meaning as a cab driver will now be relagated to auto museums, old photos of NYC, police auctions and scrap yards.

I will not knock the new birds named after an African Gazelle {The Chevy Impala}, or the bigger Mopar Sheep Buggies {The Dodge Charger}, or the new replacement Ford Bull Wagons {The 500/new Tarus}. but my time on the streets was with you.

So long big Ford, you were the greatest car out there.

Thanks for the Memories... baby!

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