How many Ford Crown Victorias were made?

I drove a Crown Vic back in high school. It had over 200,000 miles on it when I got it, and that car refused to die. I hated it then, but now that you hardly ever see them anymore, I miss it! How many Ford Crown Victorias were made?

Melanie Mergen · Answered on Jan 16, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Ah, the power of nostalgia. Crown Vics were seriously durable, though! While numbers can vary slightly depending on the source you’re looking at, it appears over 1.5 million Ford Crown Victorias may have been made.
As closely related cousins, nearly 10 million Crown Victorias, Mercury Grand Marquis, and Lincoln Town Cars were sold. Nicknamed the “Crown Vic,” this full-size sedan spanned two decades (1992 to 2012) and two generations.
These Panther Platform vehicles were exceedingly spacious and had a durable, truck-like chassis—which is partially why the Police Interceptor iteration of the Crown Victoria became so popular as a police car. As the Crown Victoria was phased out, the Ford Taurus Police Interceptor began to take its place.
Ultimately, some factors that led to Crown Victoria’s discontinuation were slower sales and a higher demand for more fuel-efficient vehicles. In its final 2010 production year, the Crown Vic was getting just 19 mpg city and 24 mpg highway, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
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