Used 2002 Ford Thunderbird

2002 Ford Thunderbird
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2002 Ford Thunderbird

Pros

  • Silky-smooth DOHC V8, unmatched modern styling, based on Lincoln LS platform, available bolt-on hardtop

Cons

  • Lincoln's questionable LS five-speed automatic, no available manual transmission, expect to pay far more than sticker
Ford Thunderbird years
2002

Used 2002 Ford Thunderbird for Sale

Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
82,512 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$11,995
Est.Loan: $245/mo
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-- 17 Service records -- Come test drive this clean 2002 Thunderbird Convertible. Equipped with ABS Brakes, Air Conditioning, Alloy Wheels, AM/FM Stereo, Automatic Transmission, CD Audio, Cruise Control, Leather Seats, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Seat(s), Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Side Airbags, Soft Top, Traction Control, Very clean Inside and out, Financing available.
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
90,213 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$11,995
Est.Loan: $245/mo
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Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
48,429 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$13,777
Est.Loan: $281/mo
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Leather, Carfax Certified, VERY LOW MILES!!!. Clean CARFAX. 3.9L V8 DOHC 32V Automatic RWD Evening Black 2002 Ford ThunderbirdPriced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Odometer is 5751 miles below market average!Call a Passport Nissan Internet Sales rep today at 703-823-9000.
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
21,953 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
South Street Autos
27.6 mi away
List$16,999
Est.Loan: $310/mo
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Dual Zone Climate Controls, Power Soft Top, Traction Control, Power Seats CD Player and More...
Ford Thunderbird 2002
54,020 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
List$14,768
Est.Loan: $302/mo
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*** Only 3,791 2002 Ford Thunderbird's Manufactured in Torch Red *** Classic *** 3.9 L 32V DOHC V8 *** 5 speed Automatic Transmission *** 2 Door Convertible *** Power Convertible Roof *** Comes with Soft and Hard Top *** Less than 56,000 miles *** Leather *** Traction Control *** Alarm *** Cruise Control *** Power Locks/Mirrors/Windows ***Radio: Audiophile Electronic AM/FM Stereo w/6 CD in dash ***Includes 180-watts RMS (360-watts peak power), 60-watt parametrically equalized amplifier, 90-watt subwoofer amplifier, 30-watt center image amplifier, 5.5 x 7.5 subwoofer speakers (2), 2-way audiophile speakers in 5.5 x 7.5 enclosure (2), 2.5' midrange tweeters (4), on glass radio antenna, integrated clock, customer interface, rotary on/off volume control, speed compensated volume control, 18 memory presets (6 AM, 12 FM), auto station set, hall effect (DSP mode - e.g. news, jazz, hall, church and stadium), 3 modes of parametric equalization (driver, all seat, top down), radio data system (RDS), 6-disc in-dash changer, 3 second anti skip memory buffer on CD, random shuffle (all discs/one disc) and direct disc access via auto presets.***Call: 410-401-4040
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
48,036 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$16,868
Est.Loan: $307/mo
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2002 Ford Thunderbird White RWD Automatic, Convertible 3.9L V8 DOHC 32V CLEAN CARFAX REPORT, LEATHER, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, 8 Speakers, ABS brakes, Air Conditioning, AM/FM radio, Audiophile Electronic AM/FM Stereo w/6 CD, Auto tilt-away steering wheel, Automatic temperature control, Bodyside moldings, Bumpers: body-color, CD player, Convertible roof lining, Delay-off headlights, Driver door bin, Driver vanity mirror, Dual front impact airbags, Dual front side impact airbags, Four wheel independent suspension, Front anti-roll bar, Front Bucket Seats, Front Center Armrest, Front dual zone A/C, Front reading lights, Fully automatic headlights, Glass rear window, Illuminated entry, Leather Shift Knob, Leather steering wheel, Outside temperature display, Panic alarm, Passenger cancellable airbag, Passenger door bin, Passenger vanity mirror, Power convertible roof, Power door mirrors, Power driver seat, Power passenger seat, Power steering, Power windows, Premium audio system: Audiophile, Radio data system, Rear anti-roll bar, Rear window defroster, Reclining Front Leather Bucket Seats, Remote keyless entry, Security system, Speed control, Speed-sensing steering, Speed-Sensitive Wipers, Steering wheel mounted audio controls, Tachometer, Telescoping steering wheel, Tilt steering wheel, Variably intermittent wipers.Recent Arrival! Odometer is 3651 miles below market average!Price excludes State taxes tags documentation fee and reconditioning. All of our vehicles are pre-certified using a one hundred and sixty one point Maryland State inspection process at our dealership. All vehicles come with a limited warranty.
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
14,362 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$18,431
Est.Loan: $336/mo
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NON SMOKER, NOT A RENTAL CAR!!. Recent Arrival!Evening Black 2002 Ford Thunderbird RWD 5-Speed Automatic 3.9L V8 DOHC 32VBOB DAVIDSON FORD LINCOLN Experience the difference working with a dealership that treats you like family. Bob Davidson Ford Lincoln is located in Baltimore, MD and we are proud to be a premier Ford and Lincoln dealership servicing Baltimore and surrounding areas. From the moment you walk into our showroom, you'll know our commitment to customer service is second to none. We offer the full line of Ford and Lincoln cars, trucks, SUVs and vans with competitive pricing and exceptional customer service. From vehicle financing and purchase of new or used cars; to after sale service, parts and even collision repair. We service Baltimore and its surrounding communities up to the Pennsylvania line including Baldwin, Cockeysville, Edgewater, Eudowood, Glen Arm, Hunt Valley, Hydes, Loch Raven, Lutherville, Monkton, Nottingham, Owings Mills, Parkville, Phoenix, Pikesville, Reisterstown, Rosedale, Ruxton, Sparks Glencoe, Timonium, Towson and White Hall, MD. Serving the greater Baltimore area for over 5 decades! Call (888) 349-8092.
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Premium 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
38,034 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Premium
VIP Auto
57.1 mi away
List$15,700
Est.Loan: $286/mo
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Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
33,804 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
List$16,695
Est.Loan: $304/mo
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Ford Thunderbird 2002
113,327 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Keiths Auto Sales
83.9 mi away
List$12,900
Est.Loan: $264/mo
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Ford Thunderbird 2002 Premium 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
11,905 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Premium
List$18,000
Est.Loan: $328/mo
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NEW LOW PRICE!!!! SUPER LOW MILES! ONE-OWNER, GARAGE KEPT--SUPER RARE INSPIRATION YELLOW! THIS 'BIRD IS A FINE ONE! DON'T MISS OUT!
Ford Thunderbird 2002 Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
27,733 miles
Used 2002
Ford Thunderbird
Deluxe
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Though it's got just two seats, the revived T-Bird ain't no sports car. Rather, this retro-dressed Lincoln derivative is a boulevardier sure to turn every head in town.

vehicle overview

After more than 40 years, a proper two-seat Thunderbird roadster has returned. Looking back on the various types of cars the Thunderbird name has been used on, it's amazing to think that this is the model that helped almost kill off the Corvette. That's right, the introduction of the '55 T-Bird combined with the sale of only 700 '55 Vettes nearly put the kibosh on Chevy's two-seater.

Now a Ford two-seater is back, and it will be a sight to see on the road. Riding on the same platform as the Lincoln LS, the 'Bird uses the same 3.9-liter DOHC V8, as well. In feathered trim, the engine also produces the same 252 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 267 foot-pounds of torque at 4,300 rpm. The LS' five-speed automatic transmission is the only gearbox available at this point.

Ford's new two-seater rides on a full independent suspension that uses a short-long arm (SLA) design at the front and rear. The control arms are made of aircraft-grade forged or cast aluminum to reduce weight. Cast aluminum 17-inch wheels are also standard in a 21-spoke design, which, frankly, we like better than the optional seven-spoke chrome wheel. All 'Birds come with ABS and four-wheel disc brakes. Looking for maximum traction in all kinds of weather? Spring for the optional traction-control system.

Moving to the car's intimate two-seat cabin, you'll find many of the buttons and switches, as well as the instrument cluster, are lifted directly from the Lincoln LS -- though instrumentation does utilize attractive white-faced gauges. The leather seat trim has what Ford calls a "Thunderbird tuck and roll," and the driver seat has six-way power adjustment and adjustable lumbar support. While the standard interior color is black, there's an interesting option package in which the seats, lower instrument panel, steering-wheel top and shift knob match or contrast the five available exterior colors. If you order this package, cars that are Inspiration Yellow, Torch Red or Thunderbird Blue will get the above-noted interior pieces in the same color. The same package is available in red for Evening Black or Whisper White T-Birds. Additionally, 200 special-edition '02 Thunderbirds were sold through the Neiman Marcus catalog. In about two hours, every car had been spoken for.

Finally, while the Thunderbird is the epitome of what a truly fun car is all about, it's still chock-full of safety bits. There's standard side airbags, which make the car the first Ford convertible to come equipped with combination head and chest side airbags. And when you want to include small children in the fun, there's a deactivation switch for the passenger side front and side airbags and a LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) child-seat anchor system that provides rigid child-seat anchors.

The anticipation of this car's coming to market easily matches that created by others such as the PT Cruiser, VW New Beetle and '97 C5 Corvette. Naturally, demand will far exceed supply for years to come, primarily because Ford has done an exceptional job in the design, style and engineering of this new 'Bird. If you haven't already placed your order, be prepared for a long wait and/or serious dealer profiteering.

2002 Highlights

Following a four-year absence, the Thunderbird nameplate returns on an all-new two-seat roadster platform designed to recall the first-generation '55-'57 T-Birds.

Top consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2002 Ford Thunderbird.

Still loving it
fred154,08/27/2011
I've owned this car for nearly nine years now, and I (and everyone else who sees it) still consider it a new car. It looks great and drives just as smoothly after 32,500 miles as it did when new. No problems with car whatsoever. I replaced the battery simply because I had a Firestone rebate that had to be used. This isn't a family car for daily use, but it is a great toy that still makes an old man feel like a kid again!
Best Value Car I Have Ever Owned
rsellson,09/27/2012
Bought this car because it is my wifes favorite color (yellow). She wanted a convertible and the color was right...that was 5 years ago. The car brings smiles to her, and when she is down-in-the-dumps, we put the top down and go for a ride. Best inverstment I've ever made. Happy wife...happy life! Now for me. Yellow is not my color but I would drive this car even if it were purple, orange and pink. What a nice driving car. A very good balance of power, handling, efficiency, driver fit, and looks. I have never been in any other car that evokes such a pleasant response from the general public. "Nice car!" I am now considering a second T-Bird for my commute to work. Maybe silver...
Don't buy a 2002
dondi,03/23/2009
Purchased this Thunderbird for my wife as a "fun car" and gave it to her for Christmas. Within the first week we experienced COP (Coil on Plug) failures. Dealership repaired it under the used car warranty. The following May, with less than 1200 miles added, we once again had a coil on plug failure. (4 bad coils so far). The dealership once again repaired it. It is now 15 months later and we have two more coils failing. That averages out to 1 per thousand miles. Ford initially placed a 10 year/100k mile warranty on the 2003 only model. They have since added the 2004 and 2005 models. The 2002 model owners are left to pay for their own repairs. The COP units are the same for all years
2002 Ford Thunderbird w/hardtop
2002 Thunderbird,08/27/2010
I've had several cars that I've bought "NEW", and this beats all of them hands down. It's not a race car, but it will keep up with anything on the road. The gas mileage is good, the car is fun to drive, and, everywhere I stop, everyday, someone comments about what a nice car I have, EVERYDAY, for eight years that I've owned the car. That makes me a very proud owner. I recently had a man with a brand new corvette offer to trade me straight across. He was serious, but, I would have been the loser had I traded with him. I love my car and you couldn't trade me ten corvettes for it.
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Features & Specs

MPG
15 city / 22 hwy
Seats 2
5-speed automatic
Gas
252 hp @ 6100 rpm
MPG
15 city / 22 hwy
Seats 2
5-speed automatic
Gas
252 hp @ 6100 rpm
MPG
15 city / 22 hwy
Seats 2
5-speed automatic
Gas
252 hp @ 6100 rpm
MPG
15 city / 22 hwy
Seats 2
5-speed automatic
Gas
252 hp @ 6100 rpm
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Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating
    OverallNot Rated
    Driver4 / 5
    Passenger5 / 5
  • Side Crash Rating
    OverallNot Rated
  • Side Barrier Rating
    OverallNot Rated
    Driver5 / 5
    PassengerNot Rated
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings
    Front SeatNot Rated
    Back SeatNot Rated
  • Rollover
    Rollover5 / 5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of RolloverNot Rated

More about the 2002 Ford Thunderbird
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Ford Motor Company has fond dreams for its 2002 Thunderbird — the company is already classifying it as "an icon in its own right." And it's easy to get caught up in the excitement — after all, the new, completely redesigned T-Bird is nothing short of adorable. But a pretty face is certainly not ground for deification — unless, of course, you happen to live in Hollywood.

The Thunderbird was born as a 1955 model, a snazzy two-seater with a base sticker price of $2,695. While it was originally envisioned as a true sports car, it was executed as a personal luxury car — the progenitor of that automotive segment. The four-passenger "Square Bird" followed in 1958, and in the early '60s the futuristic "Bullet Birds" were quite popular, serving as the basis for the sports roadster. Distinguished by a molded fiberglass tonneau that transformed the four-seater ragtop into a two-person convertible, the sports roadster made a brief appearance from 1962 to 1963. The T-Bird had a minor growth spurt of 1.5 inches in 1967, offering seating for six. The '70s and early '80s witnessed some questionable decisions on the part of designers, with plenty of conservative, angular body styles. Ford made design history again with the 'Bird with the unique "aero-style" body in 1983; the theme was carried out through 1988. An all-new model was released in 1989 with a completely different look that emulated the BMW 6 Series, but the T-Bird nonetheless suffered an overall decline in popularity until its demise in 1997.

Just two short years later, the Thunderbird was reincarnated as a retro-styled two-seat concept car at the 1999 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. A complete departure from the previous generation T-Bird, the concept harkened back to the nascent 1955 model, with seating for two only.

The 2002 Thunderbird is meant to recapture the romance of the original while simultaneously looking to the future. Rather than create a replica of the '50s classic, designers incorporated distinctive Golden Age design cues into an overall modernistic shape. The new 'Bird's 186.3-inch overall length is 11 inches longer than the original 1955 model, and it, too, features a short front overhang, reverse wedge shape — which makes the car appear taller in front than in back — and egg-crate grille. A decorative hood scoop, round head- and taillights, understated chrome chevrons and an available removable hardtop with porthole windows tie the 2002 version beyond a doubt to the classic T-Birds of the late '50s.

Seventeen-inch 21-spoke cast-aluminum wheels are standard on the 2002 T-Bird, while 17-inch seven-spoke chrome wheels are available as an option. A 6.7-cubic-foot trunk — which is downright voluminous as two-seat roadsters go — can swallow two sets of golf clubs, and even features a nifty cubby for shoes, umbrellas and the like. While the Thunderbird comes standard with a black convertible soft top, the aforementioned removable hard top is available. Removable tops can be ordered to match the body color or can be had in white on any model. While the soft top is power-operated, we found that it took some finagling to get it firmly anchored in the front. A central latch controls hooks on either side, but getting the hooks aligned in their proper holes is no easy task. The hard top was simple to install, but reasonably heavy, weighing in at about 88 pounds. Once on, the removable top feels quite secure, but we did notice quite a lot of wind noise coming off the B-pillars at highway speeds.

Underneath its seductive physique, the Thunderbird shares most of its architecture with the Lincoln LS, which is quite a good car in its own right. But the T-Bird is intended to be a cruiser — the catch phrase "relaxed sportiness" came up repeatedly during the course of the vehicle's press introduction, in regard to both the vehicle's styling and its driving dynamics. Therefore, the fully independent suspension has been tweaked slightly to provide a somewhat softer ride than in the LS. Stabilizer bars front and rear keep body roll from becoming excessive and a 50/50 weight distribution aids the Thunderbird's handling characteristics. A 3,775-pound curb weight (3,863 with the hardtop) tops the Lincoln LS V8 by 83 pounds, although overall length is slightly shorter, which makes for better maneuverability in the 'Bird.

The T-Bird provides a silken ride on the highway — when traveling straight ahead on smooth roads, it really does feel like the ultimate cruiser. Once the going gets bumpy, however, jounce and rebound, especially from the rear suspension, are too excessive for comfort, and this cruiser has a tendency to wallow over bumps and dips.

The Thunderbird's notable curb weight became readily apparent as we tried to power our way uphill. It shares its 3.9-liter V8 with the Lincoln LS, an engine capable of 252 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 267 foot-pounds of torque at 4,300 rpm. Thunderbird's five-speed automatic transmission (no manual is available) downshifted obtrusively, as well as belatedly, whenever we hit the gas for an extra spurt of passing power. The exhaust note was carefully tuned to fit somewhere between the guttural grunt of the Mustang GT and the throaty refinement of the Lincoln LS and is intended (to a certain extent) to duplicate the sound of the '55 'Bird.

We understand that the T-Bird is meant to be a cruiser primarily, but in light of Ford PR's incessant references to "relaxed sportiness," we feel compelled to take them to task for the roadster's lack of steering feel. Maneuvering the Thunderbird along winding roads was anticlimactic at best — virtually no road communication is offered through either the wheel or the seat of the pants. To give credit, though, the T-Bird's variable assist rack-and-pinion steering is suitably responsive. The four-wheel disc brakes with ABS don't offer terribly progressive pedal modulation, but do bring the T-Bird to a halt in a consistent and confident manner.

On the inside, the 2002 Thunderbird is unmistakably similar to the Lincoln LS. The mundane waterfall-style center stack features easy-to-read, logically situated audio and climate controls — not at all retro, but the simplicity of the layout is appreciated. To give the interior a touch of distinction, Ford offers the option of matching the lower dash, seat trim, top half of the steering wheel and shift knob to three of the exterior colors: Inspiration Yellow, Torch Red or Thunderbird Blue. The red interior package can also be had on Evening Black and Whisper White Thunderbirds. The effect can be dramatic — for instance, in the yellow 'Bird, bumblebee references are inevitable. The standard interior is black with leather trim.

Ford's latest sweetheart comes standard with such luxury items as automatic dual-zone climate control, six-way power driver seat with manual lumbar support, a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel and a six-disc in-dash CD changer. The seats, however, are a little mushy and don't provide very much support. The roadster's relatively long wheelbase gives occupants plenty of room to stretch out, with 43.7 inches of legroom. However, very tall drivers may find the 37.1 inches of headroom (with either top on) to be slightly claustrophobic. Unlike most two-seaters, the Thunderbird offers a convenient and generously sized parcel shelf behind the seats to accommodate purses, shopping bags and the like.

Large back windows in the convertible and removable tops aid rearward visibility in the T-Bird. The sharply angled windshield, on the other hand, allows for too much reflection off the dash, thereby impeding forward visibility somewhat. According to engineers, the steep angle reduces top-down turbulence. Despite their efforts, conversation in the Thunderbird with the top dropped is a challenge.

Our test drive in the Thunderbird was unfortunately cut short because we got a flat tire. Having picked up a sharp object without realizing it, we exited the car for a quick pit stop only to hear a distinct hissing sound. We attempted to install the spare tire, but had a great amount of trouble getting the bolts to seat properly; it was almost as if the spare didn't quite fit the wheel. Eventually, a couple of knights in shining armor from Ford took over the situation, sending us along our way in the Mustang Bullitt they had been driving. We won't dwell too much on our difficulty in applying the spare tire securely, but only because the vehicle we were driving was a pre-production model.

A couple other build-quality snafus that we hope will be limited to a hastily fabricated pre-production Thunderbird test car were loose tunnel trim and the incomplete anchoring of the rear bumper on the driver side.

The new 'Bird's array of safety features establishes it firmly in the 21st century. Dual front and side airbags (with a passenger-side deactivation switch for small children and babies), a LATCH child-seat anchor system, a passive antitheft system and antilock brakes all come standard. Traction control is available as an option, although stability control is not.

The new and improved Thunderbird will undoubtedly appeal to those who long for the classic styling of '50s roadsters, but can't relinquish their need for modern-day convenience and reliability. But that combination doesn't come cheap — with a base MSRP of $35,495 ($37,995 with the removable top), the Thunderbird prices in the same arena as luxury-brand coupes and roadsters. But Ford insists that the T-Bird is in a class by itself. It does have a point; there are undoubtedly those consumers who consider the head-turning ability and nostalgic styling of the Thunderbird to be worth the premium. As long as they don't expect exceptional handling or performance, and they don't mind that the interior design is highly derivative of the Lincoln LS, they won't be disappointed.

Used 2002 Ford Thunderbird Overview

The Used 2002 Ford Thunderbird is offered in the following submodels: Thunderbird Convertible. Available styles include Premium 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A), Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A), Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A), Deluxe 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A), and Neiman Marcus Edition 2dr Convertible (3.9L 8cyl 5A).

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