Sad to see it go, but its an underdog performer by past standards and today for highway use. I can't blame Ford, for stopped production after 2011.
The newer SUV interceptors are pushing 400 hp with the 3.0 Eco.
The 4-door sedan responder with its little 2.0 is pathetic. Fit for meter maid duty.
And the base F-150 with the 3.5 Eco is a little better.
One good thing about the CVI is it had a good turning radius and was rock solid. But overall the CV, had more combinations of brakes and suspensions any other car I know of. But they never would install a 3-valve 4.6 in the car which was a major complaint that Ford ignored and Chevy and Dodge ultimately seized upon.
Maybe Ford will follow their wacky trend and resurrect the CV as a 2 door electric and call it a CV EV.
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