FORD CROWN VICTORIA ACCESSORIES & PARTS

    About Ford Crown Victoria


    One of Ford's most well-known sedans, the Crown Victoria first premiered in the mid 1950s as a stylish two-door coupe, and was carried on for a few years but discontinued shortly after. The Ford Crown Victoria came back at the dawn of the '80s as the LTD Crown Victoria, a full-size car built on the Panther platform featuring a punchy V8 engine with Central Fuel Injection. There would be several updates to the Ford Crown Victoria parts throughout the decade involving various restyling cues and safety additions including a driver's side airbag and rear shoulder belts. As the '90s drew to a close, automatic headlights and power windows were brought in as the standard Ford Crown Victoria accessories and equipment.

    In 1992, the LTD name was dropped, once again naming the car the Crown Victoria. The exterior accessories were restyled with a more rounded look and a front-end reminiscent of the Ford Taurus. plus a new overhead-cam 4.6L V8 capable of around 200 horsepower became the power source directed through a four-speed automatic transmission. A new Touring Sedan version of the car was also introduced for high-performance and showed off an extra kick in horsepower along with dual-exhausts and two-toned exterior paint. During this period is when special law enforcement Crown Victorias started to become more and more used throughout the country. There were several changes waiting for the Ford Crown Victoria parts in the next year, as the grille was revised and the Touring Sedan was dropped from the lineup.

    Another restyling effort was in effect for 1998, this time seeing the suspension be adjusted. In 2001, the base engine output was increased to 220 horsepower and 235 HP on the LX Sport, the model's high-performing trim level. Finally, in 2003, Ford gave the Crown Victoria its last significant crop of changes, which included such new parts as the front suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. Considered the last generation (at least for civilian motorists), the Crown Victoria was outfitted with two trim levels – base and LX (the Sport trim was dropped). Base versions boasted a 4.6L V8 engine capable of 224 horses while the LX kicked it up a notch with 239 horsepower and 287 pounds-per-foot of torque. Both engines were mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. 2007 is the last year the Ford Crown Victoria was manufactured for everyday drivers although the model is still produced as a fleet cruiser for law enforcement agencies across the country.

    The Ford Crown Victoria has made its case as one of the more prominent models under the banner. While most in its class get by on mediocre performance and cookie-cutter looks, the Ford Crown Victoria steps up with a smoothly-styled body and the added "punch" to match. Drivers from all backgrounds have found reasons why they covet this car. Some enjoy the dependability. Others prefer the fashion potential. And even more are fond of the entire package. When it's time to find your Ford Crown Victoria accessories that complete the picture, this is the place to start.

    Ford Crown Victoria Accessories and Parts at CARiD.com are always in the spotlight! We handpick the finest manufacturers in the game to ensure that all of our Ford Crown Victoria accessories and parts meet the strictest criteria. Nothing but the finest options in the world are at your fingertips, guaranteeing unbridled durability as well as a perfect OEM fit. Dash kits, spoilers, grilles, wheels, floor mats, and more - when your Ford Crown Victoria needs some TLC, CARiD is here for you.

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 69 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



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    Wave Goodbye to the Ford Crown Victoria
    Wave Goodbye to the Ford Crown Victoria

    Production of the Ford Crown Victoria, which has been limited to fleet sales in the USA since 2008, will be discontinued in September 2011. In a little more that a year, Ford Motor Company will close the St. Thomas Assembly Plant where the car is manufactured, and discontinue the vehicle. When it happens, the Police Departments will lose the fast-accelerating sedan that it has depended on since 1992, and New York will lose the car that symbolized the full spectrum of the NYC life.

    Prophecies of the Crown Vic's death have come and go. The car managed to survive in 2006 when the Blue Oval moved production from Michigan to Ontario, but this time there is no hope. Ford believes that sales will drop off in coming years as more states will require fleet vehicles meeting stricter environmental standards.

    The Crown Victoria-based police interceptor will be replaced by an all-new Police Interceptor based on the Ford Taurus platform. As for the taxi cabs, New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission plans to pick a single van as the official bearer of the yellow and black. Ford offers its Transit Connect. Whether it wins or not, we'll find out later this year.