I should have known I'd be in for
trouble when I went to the Ford
dealership and they were bragging that
they had the busiest service dept. in
town. Despite needing repairs
throughout each year, it always needed
several repairs to pass inspection -
numerous tie rods, brakes replaced
several times, "check engine" light
comes and stays on every time it is
driven over 50 miles on the highway due
to something else giving way. Now when
I go to the dealership for yet another
repair, the sales staff look desperate
for a sale.
5 star crash rating; It's so lousy I
don't care if the kids spill juice or
grind gum into the carpet.
This is the last year for the
Windstar. Good riddance. Ford may
copy features from Honda and Chrysler,
but "quality is job one" is a thing of
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