2000 Ford Crown Victoria User Reviews

2000 Ford Crown Victoria Review Ratings

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Average Ratings from 16 reviews

  • Performance:4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars 4.3 / 5
  • Appearance:3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars 3.9 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 / 5
  • Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 / 5

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PROS
"power" 8 reviews
"ride" 6 reviews
"reliable car" 4 reviews
"comfortable car" 4 reviews
"space" 3 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 6 reviews
"power" 2 reviews
"traction" 2 reviews
"interior" 2 reviews

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John writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria STD Review
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4

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Its reliable, quick, and great on long trips

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Anything past half throttle, it guzzles gas!

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Awesome! — There is a reason these cars were picked for fleet service. They're comfortable, very reliable, and tough. They are pretty quick for a 5200 lb car. They handle very well, the ride is smooth and quiet, very little road noise. They have a lot of interior room, you can fit 5 people comfortably. The trunk is enormous, and its a very solid feeling car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Sean writes:
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Cool as hell, spacious, lots of power and torque, reliable enough, but when that fails, easy to fix.

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16mpg on a good day, very large, gets noticed by the wrong people.

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Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor — Alright, when talking about an old Interceptor, there is much to discuss. But as this is about specifics, I'll try to be concise. Performance wise, this car is adequate for nearly everything. 250hp or so means that the car is not slow, but 4200lbs means that it is not amazingly quick either. Acceleration wise, you're looking at about the same 0-60s as a V6 Mustang. Brakes (discs all round) work just fine, as long as you make sure you've got enough brake fluid, and even if you don't have ABS they stop in about as much time as you'd expect for a car of it's size. The CVPI is over 17 feet long, and most of the time it doesn't let you forget that. Around certain bends, however, it can feel like a smaller car, and doesn't object to being thrown around a bit. At over 9 years old, mine has developed the characteristic Ford Squeak, but that's only noticeable over bumps when the stereo is off. Rattling is at a minimum, essentially nonexistent. From the outside it looks mean, scary, etc. From the inside, spacious but a bit spartan. Plastic abounds, with vinyl floors, vinyl dash, vinyl back seats. The P71 has bucket seats, unlike your standard Crown Vic, which means that with the column-mounted shifter, an aftermarket centre console is a good buy. While it may be a cheap car to buy, the running costs are not quite so stellar, with a 19 gallon tank that empties after not much more than 300 miles of steady highway driving. It doesn't break down much, and if it does, parts are plentiful and cheap and quick repairs are easily done on your own. Fun is a more difficult question. Driving itself is not hugely exciting, as what it is is a slightly tuned huge American retiree-mobile. It's fast but not quick, safe, solid, but a bit wallowy round the corners. Most of the enjoyment stems from the scared looks of people you pass, the fact that everyone gets out of your way, and that you can do pretty much whatever the hell you want and people won't use their horn. Just don't be tempted to put a light bar on the top.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Christian writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria LX Review
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The car is very fast and fun to drive.

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I don't like that the breaks are squeaking and that the headlights are foggy.

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It Is A Very Fun Car!!! — This car has very good handling, okay braking, and great acceleration. The car needs new tires, breaks, and a few minor exterior things. The car is very clean inside and out. It Gets 12 miles to the gallon and costs 50$ to fill a full tank. This car is very fun to mess around in and gets a little sketchie around 135 mph.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Alexis writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria STD Review
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Fun and comfortable.

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Fuel economy, big, can be hard to park.

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Great Car, Unlike Any Other, Still Wish I Had A Mustang Gt, But It'll Do For Now. — Very roomy car, can seat 6 if you get the front bench seat. Great build quality, extremely reliable. Lots of fun, burnouts and donuts are so easy to do with it. Great for packing up friends and heading somewhere, cruising, doing donuts, smoking Civics, etc.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Steven writes:
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Hello Its A Police Car

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Hello its a Police Car

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Great Value For A High Performance Sedan — We own a 2000 Crown Victoria P-71 Police Interceptor Special it has plenty of torque handles well no matter what we throw at it provides us reasonable gas mileage considering it is a 4 Liter V-8, it is made to stand up to the daily sometimes 24 hour operation requirement of some police departments so it is very dependable, it is definitely fun to drive not only because of acceleration but for some reason :) people have a tendency to move over when we are driving the only down side is that some people have a tendency to slam on there brakes when we are behind them. my father liked our car so much that he bought a 2006 P-71 and has been very happy with his choice of primary vehicle

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Jennifer writes:
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looks like a cop car, acts like a cop car

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it's a FORD, things break

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Crown Vic P71 Police Interceptor — This car is awesome mostly for the look and the functionality. I bought an old police K9 unit with the spot light and ram bar still included. I haven't been pulled over since I've owned it and people get out of the way!

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Kyle writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria LX Review
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tons of room for everything and a lot of extra power for all your upgrades.

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all i gotta say is "one tire fire."  this car really needs better traction control.  

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Road Trip King — while the stereotype of the old cop car still surrounds it, the car isn't half bad. even fully loaded with gear friends and everything else imaginable i still get the same mpg. which for a v-8 engine still hits about 28-30 which is really good since this car is heavy as a ton.

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Yazeed writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria LX Review
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steady on highway

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the Consumables part need to change very often 

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For Old People  — good for upgrade like the mustang cus its have same engine, no trouble in maintenance even u can fix it ,the Consumables part need to change very often, very bad interior , good gas mileage if u Modified it its fun to drive

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Ijiaru writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria LX Review
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It's a Police Interceptor

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hard to park and cost a lot of money on gas

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Police Interceptor — Performance - has a lot of torque, even fully load can still accelerate fast. Braking is good as well, and ABS kicks in at the right time. Build - Like a tank Appearance - I like big car, but it's nothing special besides that Cost - a lot of money on Gar, it's big, heavy, and powerful Fun - RWD Police Interceptor

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Alex writes:
2000 Ford Crown Victoria STD Review
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Its safe. My first one saved my life

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People think your a wannabe cop

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Its Well Built, Its Never Let Me Down, And Its Stood The Test Of Time. — I like everything about my car. Its powerful, handles good, and looks awesome. My only dislike is a nickel size rust spot starting under the paint in the front Driver side fender. Other than that, this car is still brand new.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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2011 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

Very Comfortable By 7215charlie_

comfortable and powerful. This car fits some personalities just right. If you want a cruiser- this type of car is for you. If you want a more youthful or modern style vehicle, I guess a Crown Vic i... Read More

Another Perfect One. By RSTORMFIELD

Ever since I got it from the dealership I have found no defects on this flying machine. Everything runs perfect on this car and when and if something breaks down I hear that the parts are inexpensive... Read More

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2010 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

Great Car For Road Trips And Family, Police Model Also Has A Cool Stance. By KenF

Highly recommend the venerated Crown Victoria to anyone who can appreciate a large sedan that has both power and style, and that don't break the bank. Maintenance on the Crown Vic is easy and cost eff... Read More

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2008 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

I Am So Proud Of The Way It Was Made. Awesome. By RSTORMFIELD

I like everyrhing about this car. Too bad Ford made the big mistake to stop its production in 2011. I think they will regret it everntually. The way the engine sounds when it picks up, its great pass... Read More

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2007 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

Awesommme Car By John

Build Quality: Best Car Car Comparisons: Crown Vic. Best Car Eva. Performance: Awesome. Read More

Great Car By Ahmed

acceleration : real nice and fast inspite of the size of the bod handling : better handling than old models , real good Build Quality : its a tank on wheels doesnt have a serious problems Appearance :... Read More

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2006 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

My Bronze Family Car By synnek

One of the best cars for road trips. Very comfortable with lots of space. They are powerful and yet yield fair economy. They are not the image of young drivers; they are driven mostly by big cops ... Read More

Great Powerful Luxury Car! By Chris

Great car. It has 4.6L v8 but still gets 18-20 city and 26-30 hwy! Comfortable, not cramped. The build quality is amazing, especially since its a retired cop car that was taken care of. Its got heav... Read More

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