My 1999 Ford Windstar will be the last American make vehicle I ever purchase. Despite following recommended maintenance guidelines, this vehicle has required: four new O2 sensors, replacement of front end bearings, countless recall fixes and the coupe de grace, a completely new transmission and I have only put 68,000 miles on this vehicle. Now I've noticed that the automatic locks are disfunctioning, there is a short in the electrical panel and the horn doesn't work.
Reasonably comfortable and pretty typical minivan interior & exterior.
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