Ford's Decision to Discontinue the Iconic Crown Victoria
【Summary】Summary: Ford discontinued the famous Crown Victoria due to multiple factors, including their "The Way Forward" plan to improve their financial situation, which focused on successful models like the Ford F-Series, Explorer, Expedition, Mustang, Escape, and Fusion, but not the Crown Victoria. The decision led to the retirement of Crown Vics from police forces and their replacement with Ford Taurus or Ford Explorer-based patrol cars.
The Ford Crown Victoria has been the go-to police car for law enforcement agencies in North America for almost two decades. It was also sold to civilians as a spacious and comfortable sedan. However, in recent years, Crown Vics have been gradually phased out and replaced with Ford Taurus or Ford Explorer-based patrol cars.
The decision to discontinue the Crown Victoria was not due to a single event, but rather a combination of factors. One significant factor was Ford's "The Way Forward" plan, which aimed to improve the company's financial situation. In a 2006 press release, Ford mentioned their focus on successful models such as the Ford F-Series, Explorer, Expedition, Mustang, Escape, and Fusion, but notably left out the Crown Victoria.
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