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2007 Ford Five Hundred - Consumer Reviews

2007 Ford Five Hundred

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By Gerry
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2007 Ford Five Hundred Limited 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6A)


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We bought a 2007 Ford 500 and we have 93,000kms on it already. I am 77 years old a retired professional transport driver and have had a lot of cars in my life time. I Have never had a vehicle that is as reliable for driving in the snow, ice and slush of Alberta Winters. We have gone to Alaska, and Nova Scotia and never had one ounce of trouble. Love It love It Love It!!!


Best Features

Transmision, four wheel drive, high sitting, 18 inch wheels, a real plus for elderly people


Worst Features

Arm rest on the drivers door should be a little higher


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Way Underrated
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By Rockinroller
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2007 Ford Five Hundred Limited 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl CVT)


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It's great that reviews like Edmunds knock vehicles that are actually superb examples of engineering and excellent design/functionality. It keeps the prices low!! I purchased my 500 AWD Limited not long ago, used, with 19000 miles. I was looking for a suitable substitute to the mundane and boring SUVs and a departure from the bumpy ride from my most recent leased vehicle, a Dakota 4x4. The 500 is a complete 180 in terms of quality, comfort, utility and style. The interior is totally functional, the visibility is unrestricted and the power from the 3.0 engine is more than adequate for anything beyond a street race (at $2.00+ a gal. for gas, what the heck is so important about speed?


Best Features

Classy style, 18" Pirellis and chrome rims, luxurious interior, great gas mileage for a luxury sedan, all wheel drive.


Worst Features

Leave it alone. This will be a classic for domestic AWD sedans.


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Sold cars for 18 years and love the 500
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By retired dealer
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2007 Ford Five Hundred SEL 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6A)


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I am thrilled with the dependability, comfort, safety, and storage capacity of this vehicle. The present mileage is at 51,000 and have had no problems. Braking system is excellent, Needed new pads at 40K with no other parts needed. I use Mobil 1 for oil changes and the car runs excellent. I recently drove another ford 500 with 12,000 miles and found no noticeable difference in the drive of my vehicle. The only issue is that I am 6'4'' and the leg room could be about 3" longer for my left leg. I can live with this because many of the vehicles that I've sold over the years would be non dependable and I would be walking rather than driving. Average mpg is 23.6 since car was new. WOW. LOVE IT.


Best Features

Great ride, corners excellently, dependable, Roomy, great rear passenger room, easy entering and exiting even if you have severe arthritis in your knees,( not like the poor design of Impala ), many extras, great leather seats, great design and looks, maintains alignment and great MPG


Worst Features

Leg room for tall people in drivers compartment. Needs about 3" more. Needs light in glove compartment. Other than listed - WOW.


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Far better than you think!
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By Joel
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2007 Ford Five Hundred Limited 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl CVT)


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I purchased this vehicle as a result of searching for something comfortable after major surgery. Strong engine for a 3.0, CVT is quite cool once you get used to how it operates, AWD is seamless, the ride and handling are comfortable without being bone jarring, controls are well placed. The interior and trunk are cavernous, fit, finish and features are quite good for a car picked up with 19800 miles and going on three years old. Intuitive controls, upward seating position, phenomenal stereo and nav system round out a really cool car. I'm not certain why the automotive reviews were so harsh on this car. I could not disagree more with the reviews out there by the auto critics.


Best Features

Dash top storage, navigation, rear seat legroom, incredibly large trunk, high seating position.


Worst Features

Drop the gas hinges on the trunk (its difficult to open and close) add telescoping wheel, wheels are a little generically styled, one touch close for all sunroof positions.


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Why Do All The Reviews Bag On This Car?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By Steve
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2007 Ford Five Hundred Limited 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 6A)


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I bought my Five Hundred used. At only $16000, and only 13000 miles on the odometer it was a steal. I was checking out Hyundai Sonata's, but I wanted a V6, and had no desire to pay over 20 grand for a car. So I checked out Five Hundreds, I couldn't believe my luck. I always admired the styling of the car, and its safety features. It is roomy and comfortable, gets great gas mileage. I get many compliments on its color and design. Power is great, more than adequate, I mean, come on, how much power is enough? It's fast on the on ramp, good for passing, and corners beautifully. And since I drive mountain roads to get to work, in Calistoga, I love the saftey features and i size. Did I mention MPG?


Best Features

Large trunk, lumbar support, stereo, drive, value, safety, and American.


Worst Features

Better braking, and I recommend getting a K&N air filter right away, for good, inexpensive, power increase, gas mileage, and for a smoother, throatier sound when putting the petal to the metal.


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