Great American classic coupe
Fuel gauge went out at 83,000. Downside is the sensor is integrated into the internal fuel pump. All must be replaced to repair.
We initially wanted a Cougar XR7, but were unable to find one with a V8 that was in good condition. We found a 95 T-Bird with a 4.6L V8. Fabulous automobile, and have found we like it much better than the Cougar.
Fantastic performance from an auto that handles the road well. This is our first T-Bird, and we hope to have it many years as they will become another member of the fading breed of American Classics.
Although, some designer had his/her head in the clouds when they designed the useless cupholder that is located beneath the console lid at your elbow.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th October, 2001