Required new engine with only 66,000
miles, and replaced head gasket for
$1200 just one month prior -- big
waste. Cost to repair more than value
By the way I changed the oil every
Don't buy a Ford!
After an accident, I needed a cheap car
fast. This six year old Explorer with
90,000 + miles has become our #1
vehicle. The six cyl. gives me over 23
MPG. Go figure. Great for hauling kids
to college. Ride is stiff, but you
can't have it all. My first Ford in 25
years, but it won't be the last.
I bought my explorer about a year ago
when it had 94,000 miles. Now it has
104,000. It makes noises when you
drive. I was told to replace the shocks
so I did. It help somewhat but mad the
misstake and put rancho shocks on.
Supper rough ride!! I bought leather
seats for it and realy like them.
Engine seems like a good one except
when below 25 degrees, then makes funny
noises when started. I would recomend,
but trading in, in the next week for a
all the options, lighted mirrors, over
head consol, smooth shifting, fast
excelerating when needed. Nice stock
don't like, auto 4x4, rough ride,lots
of odd noises.
I have had this vehicle since it's
birth and am sad to sell it as it has
NEVER left me stranded- and has done
very well in 2 small accidents. The
tures ROCK, and I love the steering
controls for heat, cruise, tunes. I
have a bunch of kids and moved into a
Toyota Sequoia. I only hate that they
don't hold their value due to so many
tunes, reliability (BIGGIE), steering
wheel controls for so many things, moon
roof,durability, too many to list- I
LOVE THIS CAR!!!
LED for tunes went out, but now comes
and goes, so don't know if it's a short