How fast is a Ford Crown Victoria?

How fast is a Ford Crown Victoria?

How Fast Is A V8 Crown Vic?

0 – 100 kph 8.9 s
0 – 60 mph 8.4 s
Top speed 219 kph (136 mph)

Is the Crown Victoria a muscle car?

The Crown Victoria was one of the last rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame cars, making it essentially a modern four-door muscle car.

Why are Crown Vics so good?

Crown Vics are essentially bulletproof and could take a good beating. As Gaspar mentions in Get Back Jack, the Crown Vic’s body is built separately from its frame. That means it can hit a curb at high speed without bending a drive shaft.

How fast is a Crown Vic 0 to 60?

Ford Crown Victoria 0-60 Times

Trim Engine 0-60
2008 Ford Crown Victoria
Police Interceptor Sedan 4.6L V8 7.6 sec
2007 Ford Crown Victoria
Police Interceptor Sedan 4.6L V8 7.8 sec

What engine did the police Crown Vic have?

4.6 L 2V SOHC V8
Both cars use the same 4.6 L 2V SOHC V8 (both Flex Fuel starting in 2008), Ford modular engine, and Ford four-speed automatic transmission.

Is the Ford Crown Vic a body-on-frame?

The Crown Victoria was produced on the rear-wheel-drive Body-on-frame Ford Panther platform, sharing its chassis with the Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Car.

How long will a Crown Vic last?

If you are wondering what the life expectancy is on the 4.6L 2V that can be found in the police interceptor, then depending on the maintenace (usually excellent) and depending on what the car was used for (city or highway) you can figure up to around 500,000km.

How much weight can a Crown Victoria pull?

Curt Manufacturing, specializing in towing products, offered a heavy-duty Class III hitch receiver for 1979 to 2010 models for the Crown Victoria, allowing them to tow up to 5,000 pounds GTW.