Bought it used with about 60,000 mile, seemed in good shapes. First air shocks went replaced with fixed springs. Paint job failed. Several interior trim pieces have cracked and fell apart. The dealership quoted a price of $300+ for a simple interior trim piece that should cost $50 to $75. They said it had to be imported. Oil leak that cannot be found. No independent shop can analyze the electronics but the dealer. Numerous noises and rattles that can't be found. This a high priced Ford and not a very well-built Ford. The Dealers sales and service departments have attitudes but the parts department are ashamed at the prices they charge. I WOULD NEVER BUY ANOTHER
Exterior styling, not bad to dive in tight hilly areas.
Build something that is as tough as the Rover reputation. Allow the independent repair shops to have acess to system analytical information. Get reasonable on replacement parts costs.
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