The Windstar has been very reliable and enjoyable in general for us. The sliding doors tend to stick a little especially on cold mornings. The seats are very comfortable and the amenities are good for the money, I think. I believe the '02's only had the VHS (no DVD) available for the entertainment system so we opted not to get it. I wasn't overly impressed with the Chevy Venture in design or comfort for the same price (although they did have the DVD player). There have been minor problems, but overall it's been reliable and a great van for the family.
Comfortable seats, wood accents, two tone color, sliding back doors, average mileage and miles to empty digital readings.
More cargo space, more cup holders, pull-out cup holders on bottom back of front console, flip down armrest on back bench with cup holders, push button fold flat seats on Limited styles - get the DVD system!
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