Strong fleet sales, notably to police departments, are enough to guarantee a lengthy future for the rear-wheel-drive Ford Crown Victoria – and the addition of the fullsize Ford Five Hundred sedan does not affect that, a top Ford Motor Co. officials says. Ford has no plans to use the Five Hundred to retire the Crown Victoria, assures Phil Martens, group vice president-North America product creation. “That’s not what we’re going to do,” says Martens, explaining: “The Five Hundred is an ...
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