by chuckt6 on Oct 15, 2012 Vehicle: 2003 Ford Excursion Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (6.8L 10cyl 4A)
big dogs(50 lbs and 90 lbs), 3 kids, The wife and I, and all our travel stuff fit fine in this monster.
We purchased ours in 2010 with 122,000 miles on it.
We've put 20K miles on it with minimal problems.
We did replaced the ball joints($900) and put in new spark plugs($600).
Great value for the vehicle, all leather, and comfortable.
We purchased ours from a private party for $7400.
The V10 engine is a gas hog, but will go for 300K miles.
Same engine used in buses and limo's.
Average about 12 mpg, but it that is better than driving two cars and getting 20 mpg in each car.
by Forest on Aug 13, 2009 Vehicle: 2003 Ford Excursion Limited Rwd 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
We bought our 2003 Excursion Limited 6.0 diesel new in September 2003. It does double duty as the company truck and the family hauler. We tow our 34' 10,000 lb trailer on long family vacations. Estimate that we have towed the travel trailer at least 30,000 miles since 2003. Everybody is comfortable on long road trips and we have plenty of room left over. We did one ski trip to Colorado with only the truck and 6 people (and all equipment) on board. Went 75 mph and got over 18 mpg for the trip. Truck is very stable in slippery conditions. It is a bit clumsy around town, but heck--it is a truck. Too bad we may never see such a vehicle sold for the American family again.
by New Jersey on Jun 5, 2009 Vehicle: 2003 Ford Excursion Limited Rwd 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A)
We use this vehicle for daily use, trips and to tow our 33ft TT. We could not be happier, Gas mileage is awesome with the Diesel. My wife loves driving this thing daily and we love the space we have when traveling. The DVD player has saved us many times on trips. Our stock tires (The Pirelli's) lasted us 85,000 miles and I am still on the stock brake pads. Buy one before they are all gone!
A new Eddie Bauer trim level debuts. It's equipped similarly to last year's Limited trim and also includes Arizona Beige exterior trim, two-tone leather seating and available second-row captain's chairs. Limited models get as standard equipment a six-disc in-dash CD changer, new aluminum wheels, cherrywood interior trim and a reversible cargo mat. In terms of mechanical changes, a new 6.0-liter turbodiesel engine arrives mid-year with more power and efficiency, connected to an all new five-speed TorqShift automatic transmission. Why anyone would use this mammoth rig to go trail busting we have no idea, but Ford will be offering an off-road package shortly after the first of the year. Finally, all Excursions get revised front suspensions for improved ride and handling.
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