Ford Crown Victoria

A long-time Ford stalwart whose fans include Police departments and taxi companies across the country, the 2007 Crown Victoria provides a durable platform for roomy and comfortable cruising. For the current incarnation, Ford has kept the important aspects of the vehicle the same: large trunk, plenty of legroom, and Ford's workhorse 224-horsepower 4.6L V8 engine.

The base Crown Victoria has a split front bench seat, with the driver side being power adjustable. Wood grain adorns the instrument panel, which includes an analog gauge cluster with uncommon oil pressure and voltage indicators. Anti-lock brakes are standard equipment as is a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, power windows and locks, cruise control, remote keyless entry and, for 2007, a CD player.

Optional equipment includes traction control, a $175 option, as well as adjustable pedals for $120.

The LX, which starts at $295 more than the standard trim includes nine-spoke alloy wheels and paint stripes. Interior add-ons include an overhead console with compass and air conditioning.

The LX is more configurable than the standard Crown Victoria with an available leather bench seat. The Handling and Performance Package includes rear air suspension as well as revised springs and shocks. The engine is tuned for 15 additional horsepower. Also included are 17-inch aluminum wheels, a body-colored grille, and leather-trimmed front bucket seats and steering wheel.

A six-disc in-dash CD changer is also optional, as are a power moonroof and the Premier Group, which includes power seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an upgraded stereo

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