Used 2005 Ford Freestyle Review
With truly comfortable accommodations for six passengers, plenty of cargo space and refined driving dynamics, the Freestyle has everything going for it except power.
Ford officially announced the production of this vehicle at the 2002 Chicago International Auto Show. It will compete in the increasingly crowded crossover segment against vehicles like the Toyota Highlander and Buick's Rendezvous. When it does finally hit the streets, the Crosstrainer will provide seven-passenger capacity with three rows of seats, a dual overhead cam aluminum V6, and both all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive versions.
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