No wonder it's got a good safety
ratin: it never leaves the driveway.
Check engine light goes on, only to go
off a month later with no explanation
from Ford. Door ajar bell keeps
ringing and interior light stays on
until 20 mph, so replaced the sensor.
Then the big stuff. Cylinder went down
at 100,000 ($1200). New engine at
112,000 ($3000). Just waiting for the
tranny to drop now. We will be getting
rid of this soon for something better
and will never buy a Ford again.
Hauls a lot of people.
Be honest with people that this was a
lemon. Send all current owners a
coupon for a free trip to Hawaii.
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