We got our Freestar in October of 2004. We were told it was new and that only the dealer had drove it. We ended up paying full brand new price, when it had over 16,000 miles on it. We get it home and immediately started seeing problems. The side mirror had been glued on, the door handle on the back gate kept coming off, we was supposed to had a bumper to bumper warranty on it, but when I took it in to get handle put back on we was told it would cost us a minimum of $300 just to get it looked at! There is something wrong with all the wiring, it dies all the time, door locks won't work, and driver window won't roll down. Engine light stays on, and brakes and tires can't last long on front end. All in all this is not a good vehicle. Do not buy!
Not a thing
Recall the Freestar line, and give people their money back. The vehicle is unsafe, and costly all around. Is not roomy, back seats are only four inches off floor. It is hard to get back seat to re lock in position if laid down. The driver seat has always had a spring or something pocking through, making it painful on a persons back.
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