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2004 Ford Crown Victoria

2004 Ford  Crown Victoria

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The era of the XXL-size sedan is not over just yet. Though the trend may favor production of snappy, tiny coupes and compacts, the love of big, brawny sedans is still evident in Crown Victoria's continued success. Ford keeps pumping them out, and people keep buying them. The 2004 Ford Crown Victoria rolls in with improved powertrain features, new exterior colors and interior equipment upgrades.

Part of the traditional package you get with a Ford Crown Victoria - including the obvious size, style and power-is attention to safety. This is supported by the fact that since 1996, Crown Victoria has earned the U.S. government's highest safety rating-double five-star-for frontal crash protection.

Available Models
The 2004 Ford Crown Victoria is offered in three models: Standard, LX and LX Sport.

Interior Features
The four-door 2004 Ford Crown Victoria readily defines the term "full-size" as it applies to sedans. In six-passenger Standard and LX trims, the Crown Victoria offers 111.2 cubic feet of passenger volume.

With a total of 20.6 cubic feet of space, the Crown Victoria's trunk is the biggest in its class, perfect for golf clubs. Crown Victoria's low liftover height also makes loading and unloading easy.

At the top of the Crown Victoria food chain is the LX Sport. It provides air conditioning with electronic climate control, a center console, an auto-dim rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and climate controls and leather trim 8-way power front seats.

Exterior Features
The 2004 Crown Victoria is not a flashy car. Its clean styling features wide door openings, large glass areas for good visibility, wraparound aerodynamic headlamps and standard foldaway remote-control power outside mirrors. In addition, color-keyed body-side moldings protect it from minor nicks.

There has always been power under the hood of the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria, and 2004 sees no change to this policy. Standard and LX models have a 4.6-liter V8 engine doling out 224 horsepower at 4800 rpm and 239 lb-ft of torque at 4900 rpm. The LX Sport features a 4.6-liter V8 that delivers 239 horsepower at 4900 rpm and 287 lb-ft of torque at 4100 rpm.

The rear-wheel drive Crown Victoria mates both engines to a 4-speed automatic transmission. A revised torque converter improves off-the-line acceleration this year. Standard all-season BSW tires held maintain a steady grip in all road conditions.

Safety and Security
Standard safety features include BeltMinder, child safety locks on the rear doors, the LATCH system, dual front airbags and a glow-in-the-dark internal trunk release handle. Front side airbags and all-speed traction control are optional.

New for the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria

Laminated side glass available
Improved overhead console design
New exterior colors: Midnight Gray and Dark Toreador Red
Revised torque converter for improved acceleration

Fast Stats
5 or 6
MSRP from
4.6L V8
224 @ 4800
Dual exhaust:
 239 @ 4900
4-speed auto
MPG: City/Hwy
not available

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