by Kim on Jun 4, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Ford Windstar 3dr Minivan
Overall I guess it's an OK van. Have had to do a lot of repairs the first year I had it, thank god for warranties. Mine has 133,000 miles on it now and it's still going. But in the last year, I've replaced: the abs sensor, 2 windshields, 2 sets of brakes, shocks and struts, spark plugs twice in 6 months time, t-clamp, camshaft sensor, belt, 2 water pumps, alternator, intake manifold, timing cover gasket, all the needed oil changes, and a transmission flush and fill. And it still had the vibrating start it has had since I bought it with no answer as to what's causing it. The passenger doors auto locks work when they want to. And the door ajar light is on more than it's off. Stinks to tow a pop-up with!.
by Sherri on Oct 26, 2002 Vehicle: 2000 Ford Windstar 3dr Minivan
I love my mini. I have owned it for
over two years now and have never
experienced any problems. I love to
pack my family in for fun times. It's
roomy hatch area is great for
groceries. I find it great on gas and
quite reliable. A good choice.
The Windstar now has standard power-adjustable pedals and an optional rear-seat video entertainment center. There's also a new trim level called the Limited. Available midyear 2000, it will contain more standard features than the previously top-line SEL.