2000 Ford Crown Victoria Top Comparisons

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police InterceptorReview
    2000P71 writes:
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    Buy A Police Car! — You can never go wrong with owning a Crown Vic. One of the most reliable cars on the road, in my opinion. Ive driven many as a former police officer and owned several as a private citizen. The only car I feel safe in. Currently own a 2000 and a 2011.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Safe and reliable

    Cons: Only gets 18 mpg

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria Review
    DoubleTap96 says:
    Best safe way for a first driver, great miles per gallon, safe crash test with the side air bags, prevents road rages and no idiot drivers.
    vs2000 Mercury Grand Marquis
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    Front Seats Ranked 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis worse.
    "Perfect for long travel from states to state with big size trunk"
    Family Car Ranked 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis worse.
    "Safer on the road and handles like a champ!"
    5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
    Shawn writes:
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    Very Basic Car — I didnt mind this car. It was cheap to buy, cheap to maintain and there have not been many problems with this vehicle. Recently went through and rebuilt the entire front end of the vehicle including all rear end suspension parts and the total came to somewhere around 700 dollars including a new steering box. Cant complain, its at 210K right now and still runs like when i bought it with 120K on it. Very reliable car.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Great car, cheap to get and cheap to maintain. Cant get better than that.

    Cons: Not a very stylish car but it gets you from point A to B

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
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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.)

    Pros: The car is very fast and fun to drive.

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

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
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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

    Pros: steady on highway

    Cons: the Consumables part need to change very often 

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
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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

    Pros: It's a Police Interceptor

    Cons: hard to park and cost a lot of money on gas

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    2000 Ford Crown VictoriaReview
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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

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

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

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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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.)

    Pros: Fun and comfortable.

    Cons: Fuel economy, big, can be hard to park.

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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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

    Pros: Its safe. My first one saved my life

    Cons: People think your a wannabe cop

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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    2000 P71 — This is a great car. It's not as powerful as my first car, but it holds its own. It has the "Police Interceptor P71 4.6 V8", which is pretty good performance but still no Mustang. Don't get me wrong, it'll haul like nobody's business. It''s very good build quality. Strong. Built Ford tough. This car has a very sinister look with the black on black (ignore the pink tree in the background) and it's respectable. The cost of ownership is very cheap if you don't consider the mileage (which would probably be better if I didn't appreciate the V8 under the hood) It's a fun car to drive with accurate, responsive handling.

    Pros: It's a V8. Absolutely AMAZING interior.

    Cons: Not more power.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2011 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

    Review By Debra

    A smooth ride. Very clean car. Only one minor issue as far as damage. Priced Right according to Kelley blue book. Read More

    Review By Robert

    Love the police interceptor version of this car. I have owned 2 of these previously. I got 26 mpg driving from Indiana to North Carolina. Best used car for the money that you can buy. Read More

    2010 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

    Review By George

    Good car, if its good enough for the police its good enough for me. Read More

    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

    2009 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

    Review By Robertcolemanhines

    Brakes were bad, transmission slipped and the vehicle overheated , very poor Read More

    Review By Matthew

    Food to go. Alright by me good deals and afordable Read More

    2008 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

    Review By Larry

    It is a fair value the prize could be a little lower, for the mileage it have and the age of the car Read More

    Review By GuruS56NZ

    Nice Cars, just Bad Timing and The lack of money when the right car for me comes up. Read More

    2007 Ford Crown Victoria Reviews

    Review By flights

    Very strong and reliable vehicle. Will last a long a time and can take a beating Read More

    Great Car By dwyczalek

    Just what I wrote in the cons column I would keep buying them if they still built them. Great looking and great mechanically car. Very dependable car. Low Maintenance vehicle. Great sound system. ... Read More

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