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1995 Ford Aerostar - Consumer Reviews

1995 Ford Aerostar

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192,000 Miles
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By Tony
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1995 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan


Review

This van is fun to drive, very confortable, lots of cargo space. I replace the battery terminals, starter, alternator and door lock. It has 192,897 miles, engine is strong, it does not use oil.


Best Features

Cargo space, seat capacity, smooth ride.


Worst Features

None


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Keeps going and going
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By Awesome
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1995 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan


Review

This vehicle is super reliable. I have not been able to wear it out. It has 230,000 kilometers on it 3.0 liter eng.does not use any oil. I have maintained this vehicle in accordance with manufacturers recommendations. It needs new shocks and some work. I have currently parked in my garage. No rust, I am going to put a new fuel pump for reliability purposes. This vehicle is in great shape and I want to keep it for a long time.


Best Features

Room, reliability and the seats in the front are awesome.


Worst Features

None ,this the best mini-van built. Ford bring back the Aerostar. Bigger and roomer than the Dodge Caravan.


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Sorry I Bought This Van
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By momof4
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1995 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan


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This vehicle has cost me over $1k every year in repairs since I purchased it. From a hydraulic arm on the hatch spontaneously breaking (and flying through the van, very dangerous) to numerous engine issues, I have to give this one up. I just sank another $980.00 into it less than a week before I drove it from WA to CA. We returned from our trip last Sunday with a burned out transmission. From what I've seen and read about this car, you either get an excellent vehicle or a complete lemon. Guess which one I got?


Best Features

Very roomy interior, comfortable driver's seat.


Worst Features

Too many to list.


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gave up my aerostar for a suburban
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By tara
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1995 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan


Review

What a mistake that was. My van had
145,000 and still ran strong. I wanted
something newer and biger. So we bought
a suburban, had it one month and it
broke down. should have kept the
aerostar. bought it with 105,000 miles
and only changed the belts and a
starter motor . I never even got an oil
change,


Best Features

roomy,


Worst Features

should have kept making them


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Not bad, but.......
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By Jonin Ray
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1995 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan


Review

I have to dmit that after going though
one transmission, 3 starters, one water
pump, one air conditioner, and two side
door latches...it has come time for me
to part with the Aerostar and since
they don't make it anymore and I can't
find another (would by one if it was
a '97), I am going to switch to a Chevy
Astro or GMC Safari. Too bad they
stopped making it and went to the
Windstar...they Safari/Astro would have
good competition.


Best Features

Loved the seating and the layout of things.


Worst Features

Needed more power and a better ride hieght. (But since they don't make it anymore, how can they improve on it)


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