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    2000 Ford Crown VictoriaReview
    Steven writes:
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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

    Pros: Hello Its A Police Car

    Cons: Hello its a Police Car

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    2000 Ford Crown VictoriaReview
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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!

    Pros: looks like a cop car, acts like a cop car

    Cons: it's a FORD, things break

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    2000 Ford Crown VictoriaReview
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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Interceptor — 2000 Ford Crown Victoria P71 Interceptor: JUSTICE This car is backbone of the justice system. And for good reason. I acquired this car from the New Hampshire State Police. The Interceptor almost drives itself. It likes to go slow down hill and fast on the straights. Quite fast off the line, and very fast from 40-80 mph. This car corners unlike any car I've had the privilege of piloting. Close to zero body roll, incredibly stable through corners. With posi-trac, air bags, the long hood, and the roll cage tucked away in the posts, it's probably the safest car you could ever drive. The P71is also very intimidating. It's subtle profile can lurk in the shadows or suddenly reveal itself in your rearveiw mirror. It's quite clear why law enforcement agencies all over the world employ this brilliantly designed unmodified stock machine. I tip my hat to you Ford. Well done.

    Pros: I love rear wheel drive/posi, lots of mass, dependable 4.6 liter V8, TONS OF ROOM IN EVERY PART OF THE CAR, extremely comfortable for long periods of time

    Cons: People tend to drive slower around you

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor —

    2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor 4.6L (281 CI) SOHC EFI V8, 3.55 Rear-end Axle Ratio(RAR), Aluminum Driveshaft, Transmission programmed to shift harder and faster, Engine programmed to idle higher to power all Police equipment, Heavy Duty Alternator, Optional lifetime rated Silicone radiator hoses, Suspension reinforced, V-Rated Tires (150MPH), Rear windows and Doors inoperable from inside the rear of the car, Dual Unity Spotlights, Setina Pushbar. Car lasts and lasts. Can't compare a Ford SOHC V8 to a Chevy Pushrod V8 though. Engine is underpowered for a Police Interceptor. 200HP and 280lb-ft. the rear end helps make up for the power deficit. and the tranny shifts so hard the belt slips and squeaks. if you want to fix it, get a serpentine belt. Spartan interior. AM/FM radio with 4 presets. cloth interior. has a three on the tree style shifter. car has an overdrive feature for fourth gear. makes it hard shift and do stunts. (please follow and abide all rules of the road.) Repairs are few. simple maintenance. mainly change oil at proper intervals. Maintenance is few, cheap; Gas mileage on a 2000 is ~13-14MPG. 2001 are ~20+MPG fun- speedy but can get outrun by a 05+ V6 Stang till approximately 70MPH, would reccomend to a friend that needs a large trunk and usuually drives people around but get ready to spend ~$90 a tank in SoCal and last less than 250 miles.

    Pros: Looks like a Police Vehicle, American Sedan with a V8, can peel out if so desired

    Cons: weak Mustang GT engine, steering column shifter, can keep up with a Scion tC

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
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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.

    Pros: tons of room for everything and a lot of extra power for all your upgrades.

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

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria LXReview
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    It's A Police Cruiser. — Bought for $3,000. It's a former City of Dearborn Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

    Pros: 4.6L V8, I can cruise in the left lane on the highway and people will just move over for me, interesting looks from other drivers, good handling, spotlight, huge trunk

    Cons: Gas mileage, some engine and brake problems in the past, back doors do not open from the inside, rear-wheel drive makes driving in Michigan winters a bit challenging

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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    A Full Size 4-door Sedan With A Beast Of An Engine — If i had to describe this car in one word it is this, BIG. This car is more than capable of having 5 adults in it and has around 22 cubic feet of trunk space. This car came originally with a stock 4.6 liter V8 but ive added a cold air intake, 80mm MAF, PI Intake Manifold, removed the speed limiter, upgraded the handling and suspension, and the transmission has been tuned.

    Pros: Speed, Accleration, Handling

    Cons: Wet Weather traction, snow, gas mileage

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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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

    Pros: Its reliable, quick, and great on long trips

    Cons: Anything past half throttle, it guzzles gas!

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria STDReview
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    Nothing To Hate About It Other Than Mpg — Used to have a police car. Performance is good but it's not a sports car. It blends in with the crowd, unless it's an old police model, it never breaks down, and averages about 17 mpg around town. My grandma's 20yr old front drive Chrysler was more fun in the corners, but the Crown Vic can at least break the tires loose. Only things fun about it are the spotlight and the fact that it is rwd, other than that it is about as fun as a Camry.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Room, passing power, comfy, quiet

    Cons: mpg, hard to maneuver in tight spaces

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    2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor Review
    Robinmeister says:
    I love my ex-cop car. This car is fast, handles well, the only 2 downfalls are the gas mileage and the when you turn the headlights on, no lights at all work, not even the headlights. Trying to troubleshoot that.
    vs2000 Toyota Camry LE V6
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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 Matthew

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

    Review By Guru2K3SY

    Greatest American car ever made. It is safe for all passengers and runs forever. 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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