2004 Ford Freestar Consumer Review: Not comfortable

2004 Ford Freestar - Consumer Review

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By AMYin New York on


2004 Ford Freestar SEL 4dr Minivan (4.2L 6cyl 4A)


I bought this vehicle with 12,000 miles on it it; presently has 45,000. The shocks and struts need replacing, the front end makes noise. The buttons for the factory radio chipped its paint. The bumper paint is chipping off and the other day I attempted to open my rear door and the handle fell off for no reason. 3rd row seat is VERY uncomfortable and absolutely no leg room, my alarm battery died and I found out that Ford dealerships must "reprogram" my remote after every battery change at a cost of $89.00 - what a RIPOFF! Other than that so far the engine runs strong and the van has a good amount of pickup but it costs me presently $80 to fill it up with regular gas at the pumps.

Best Features

Rear A/C and heat.

Worst Features

Better quality paint, more comfortable seating plans, and stop charging customers an arm and a leg to replace a BATTERY in the remote alarm. It would cost less if I purchase an aftermarket alarm.
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