2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Depends on hwo you evaluate things
By cajunflipper on
2000 Ford Expedition XLT 4dr SUV
200,650 miles, mpg-avg 14 in city,17 hwy
Improper original windshield install caused
water to leak through dask and into fuse box
causing lose of underhood lite, courtsey overhead maps lites, and rear wiper motor quit.
Ford wouldn't cover it. Overhead map reading courtesy lites, just changing the bulbs major ordeal, micro thin electrical film circuitry under the bulb tore (1/8" wide). Unless you are an
electrical engineer or know someone who is, you either get a new (whole overhead unit),used $50 if you pulled it from scrape yard,
new approx $350 if you can get one. Extreme
poor design, this and many other areas.
Big, safe, large capacity, have had to sleep in it
several weeks total on vacations and TDY. Holds what I need and tows reasonably well.
As big and roomy, the engine and other compartments, why use extremely cheaply made and quality.