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2017 Ford Crown Victoria Review

Posted: September 20, 2015 at 8:35 am   /   by   /   comments (6)

Introduction of special vehicles is very interesting for the fans. Fans of different manufacturers are looking forward to get the special technologies in each new model. This trend will keep working until the manufacturers are in competition. Ford is one of the most famous producers in the industry. It has a big list of choices for its fans. It has been noticed that majority of cars and vehicles launched by this company has been appreciated by the public. The Crown Victoria is considered a favorable vehicle for the police administration. The 2017 Ford Crown Victoria is coming soon with marvelous updates and technologies.

2017 Ford Crown Victoria front view

2017 Ford Crown Victoria – Exterior and Interior

Ford is always famous for the new platform and design. This time it will include the new platform for the updated 2017 Ford Crown Victoria. With the passage of time, the concept of low weight structure has obtained attention in this industry. Ford will produce the low weight structure and body by using the aluminum with steel.

The external functions and features are based on the modern technologies. Ford has decided to use a typical style for this model. According to the spy images, the new model will be similar with the previous model. Some major as well as minor changes are expected. It has been noticed that front of the vehicle has been changed in order to give it a new look. It is an ideal vehicle for the Police Patrol. The vehicle has modified tires (17 inches) with aluminum alloy rims. The bonnet has marginal curves making it more attractive. The grill is broad with small openings. These small openings are efficient to pass fresh air under the hood. The headlights are narrow shaped with indicators. Both are based on LED technology.

Interior settings of 2017 Ford Crown Victoria is really impressive for the security purposes. This vehicle is mainly for the Police agencies and services. It has a comfortable interior seating (5 person capacity) arrangement. Leather upholstery makes the seats more comfortable. There is a new gearbox, power steering, decent dashboard, large HD touchscreen (8 inches), 4 speakers, digital sound system, navigation, GPS, GSM, satellite radio, Google maps and several connectivity options. Bluetooth, USB, Smartphone connection and charging facility is also present.

2017 Ford Crown Victoria interior

2017 Ford Crown Victoria – Engine Specs

Ford has not announced the confirmed status about the engines. The 2017 Ford Crown Victoria is expected to come with different engine setups according to trim levels. The most expected engine system would be V-6 or V-8 type with 3.5 liters fuel capacity. This engine will be EcoBoost based. The four-wheel drive option will get 6-speed automatic transmission.

The new Ford Crown Victoria will cover 29 miles per gallon in city. The high-speed drive will give 34 miles per gallon. The 2017 Ford Crown Victoria will compete with Toyota, Nissan, Jaguar and Mitsubishi. Airbags, rear view camera, special locks and anti-theft alarms are present.

2017 Ford Crown Victoria rear view

2017 Ford Crown Victoria – Release Date and Price

The new Ford Crown Victoria will get a base price of $35,000. It will be launched in USA and Canada first. Ford will use New York auto show for its first display.

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  • February 23, 2016 at 7:12 pm jesus flores III

    I have to wonder if this one will have any real similarities with the P-71 that has been the work horse of police. Besides as an avid Ford owner it pains me if the dodge charger will replace the legacy of the real interceptor.

    • September 2, 2016 at 2:10 am Dan Watson

      The article doesn’t say if it’s FWD or RWD, only that it will have a four wheel drive option. RWD is the preferred set up for law enforcement in most parts of the country. At $35,000, it’s $10,000 more than the old Police Interceptor. It will have to be priced comparatively to the Charger, Impala, and Explorer to be competitive.

  • July 17, 2016 at 9:52 pm Karen

    After driving 3 Grand Marquis since ’89, it broke my heart that Mercurys were discontinued. Now I find Crown Vics are out but start at$35,000!!!!!

  • July 22, 2016 at 6:29 pm mike clermont

    this is the car for the police! has an owner of a retired police interceptor, i was surprise that ford didn’t came with the rebirth of the crown victoria sooner! I just hope that this is not a rumor. i know few cops and the all say the same thing, if the have to choose between the crown victoria or the others, the crown wins like a king.

  • September 2, 2016 at 4:45 am Walter Coscia

    It’s A Taurus….Plain & Simple!!!!!!!!
    And…If They Offer An AWD Option, They Can Engineer A RWD Only Model Too!!!
    Face It, They’re Not Going To Produce Another V-8 RWD Sedan Again!!!!!!!

  • September 3, 2016 at 6:27 pm Paul F Varricchio

    About time. This was about the best model Ford ever produced as a full sized sedan. I have had a few of them through the years and have enjoyed owning every one of them. RWD should be the norm not the exception mostly from a ease maintenance point of view.