2008 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor 4.6L V8 from North America
Big, comfy, reliable tank
Rear axle shaft bearings and seals.
Right rear axle shaft.
Most reliable car ever, I see why the police and taxi cabs used them; too bad they were discontinued.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st February, 2021
22nd Feb 2021, 13:23
I agree with your comments.
That said, the Crown Vic. had to have an end at some point.
The architecture of the car was a bit (I am gentle) dated. The obvious example would be the location of the fuel tank, which was at the back of the rear axle, while the standard for decades now is have it between the two axles; the most common location on most cars being under the rear seat.
While speaking of the fuel tank, from an architectural standpoint, it is of another age to spend half a meter of the total car length just for the fuel tank. That space is not part of the passenger space, neither can be really used as part of the trunk space, just a waste.