Best overall car on market
Water pump went out at 36,000 miles; Warranty took care of it.
Had to replace passenger's power door lock actuator; you can't put a life on electrical items.
Overall, that's it.
Overall, it's been the best car I've ever owned. It's my second Crown Victoria(my first was a 1990 Crown Victoria STD; I had to repair some things on it, for the first owner was very rough on it, but it became a great car). These cars are hard to beat for reliability; look at what the police drive. Just keep the car serviced.
It has a comfortable ride, roomy interior, and it's easy to drive for a big car.
Once inside, its seats are comfortable, and the controls are simple to use.
It's also very safe. It feels like a tank.
One thing I have to say is that it can go 500 miles on a tank of fuel if it's driven properly (No hot footing or lead footing; use the cruise control whenever possible). My car has achieved 31 MPG, which is as good as many small and compact cars.
If anything happened to my Crown Victoria, I would have to replace it with another one. After owning two, I wouldn't want anything else.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th January, 2009