by stovetop on Aug 9, 2013 Vehicle: 2000 Ford Excursion Limited 4dr SUV 4WD
Bought it because my family outgrew the ext cab 150, many, many trips from IL to PA and many parts in between.
Wouldnt trade it for anything and now have a 6" lift with 35's on it, but its no longer my daily driver.
It has the 4.30 rear end in it, so I never got better than 11 on the highway, now I only get 10, but it pulls anything I put behind it.
She has 190K on the clock, and paid for so Im keeping this until the wheels fall off, put em back on and keep driving it.
When the V-10 gives up, Im doing the 7.3L swap....
by kentwilkens on Jun 11, 2013 Vehicle: 2000 Ford Excursion Limited 4dr SUV 4WD
over 250k kilometers and counting. Rock solid vehicle. Needs maintenance like any other, brakes, etc. Seats are still almost as good as new, leather. Recommend getting JBL shorty headers to replace the stock manifolds, which will eventually blow off the bolts. Gives 30% hp increase over stock. Better mileage with the headers, on the highway that is, in the city, you just get there a bit quicker.
by pacquio78 on Nov 10, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Ford Excursion Limited 4dr SUV
As Many Of The People Who've Read My Review On The 99' ML430 I Drive My Cars Until They're Dead! And My Excursion 2WD Limited 7.3 Is No Exception! Driven It About 250,000 Miles Now! And The Reliability Is Absolutely Perfect! I Proved Everyone Wrong Who Said Don't Buy An American Car When I Bought My Big Blue! (It's A Dark Blue-Purplish Color) She's A Little Dented Up Here And There, But Overall Still An Excellent Vehicle! I'm Keeping This Until The Wheels Fall Off! Though I Can't Say That's Gonna Happen!
The Excursion is an entirely new SUV based on Ford's F-250 Super Duty truck platform. It is the largest vehicle of its type, outgunning even the Chevy Suburban in terms of overall size and interior space.
Talk About The 2000 Excursion
2000 Ford Excursion Discussions
I have a 2000 4x4 Ford excursion with 97000 miles with av10.(owenedsince 2001).Never had any problems untill this October when for first time ever iI towed a light weight double axle 16' trailer loa...