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  • 2001 Ford Excursion Limited in Dark Blue
    126,046 miles
    Dealer:  (4)
    18.7 mi away
    Stock# 182340C
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    $9,888

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    Est. Loan: $202/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!
    $1,478 Below Market

    Battlefield Ford - Manassas / Virginia

    Located 19 miles away from Ashburn, VA

    6.8L V10. Blue 2001 Ford Excursion Limited RWD 4-Speed Automatic with Overdrive 6.8L V10 See more photos of this vehicle at www.battlefieldford.com. We accept all trade in's no matter what the year or what the payoff is. Plus we can handle all your financing needs from first time buyer, to re-establishing credit and pre-approvals or instant approvals. We use all banks and most credit unions, so this will be your last stop to get your pre-owned VA inspected used car here at Battlefield Ford. We are not responsible for typographical errors, misprints on prices, or equipment. Call 703-368-3184 and ask for a Sales Manager to set your appointment today!

    Dealer Review:

    If you are in the market for a new car, look no further than Cleo at Battlefield Ford. Cleo works to find you the perfect car even if it means losing the sale to a sister store. I worked with Cleo for about a month to find the right car and price for me. When she finally found the "one" and it was at another dealership she contacted their manager on my behalf to get me taken care of. Thank you so much Cleo!!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2001 Ford Excursion Limited with Towing Hitch, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Third-row seating, Parking sensors.
    Engine: 10-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 09-29-2018

  • 2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer
    241,850 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    18.7 mi away
    Stock# RR1585
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    $6,495

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    Est. Loan: $133/mo

    Dasto Auto Sales - Manassas / Virginia

    Located 19 miles away from Ashburn, VA

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer with AWD/4WD, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Auto Climate Control, Power Driver Seat, Power Liftgate/Trunk.
    Engine: 10-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: four wheel drive

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 07-05-2018

  • 2004 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer in Dark Red
    147,140 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    19.0 mi away
    Stock# HK3909
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    $15,995

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    Est. Loan: $291/mo

    House Of Kars - Manassas / Virginia

    Located 19 miles away from Ashburn, VA

    GREAT LOOKING EXCURSION!!! WITH A LOTS OF ADD ONS!!!! VIRGINIA STATE INSPECTION DONE, READY TO GO!!!! WE FINANCE AND GUARANTEE CREDIT APPROVAL----CALL 703-331-1818 TO SCHEDULE TEST DRIVE -***HABLAMOS ESPANOL***

    Dealer Review:

    I'll start this out by saying that I live in Richmond, VA. From my home, the dealership is 1.75 hours away. I called this morning to inquire about a 2002 Audi TT ALMS Edition, which I was told was still available. I talked with Jaime about how good the car looked, but how through VIN research and Carfax reports, I knew that the car had been listed at the previous dealership at $8,995. Not only that, but it'd been traded into a dealership in February of this year, and up until now had been bounced between dealerships. I also told him that the KBB trade value was between $3-5,000 depending on options and condition. If I was going to make the drive, I was going to expect to not be jerked around and drive the car home today. Jaime told me he talked to his manager, who I later found out was Christian Flores, and guaranteed the previous 8,995, plus their fees. He explained the fees and taxes, which basically came to $1,000. Basically it'd be sticker price. No problem. I got my ducks in a row with a loan and insurance quotes, took a half day from work, and started driving. The problems started when I arrived. The place is hard to find. Jaime, to his credit, did try to tell me how to find them, but it's a pretty weird situation if you're trying to let Google take the wheel. When I got there, I was warmly greeted by Jaime, keys ready, and I was shown how the butterfly doors worked (the dealership didn't do that; one of the previous owners did. The dealership did, however, put the black vinyl on. This is important for later). I got in the car and found the stereo set to its factory safe mode - it won't work without the code. Jaime didn't know the code. We searched the manual - nothing. Finally, I find online that there's a SN on the stereo that matches a code that you have to pay Audi about $100 to get. I tested the other electric equipment, which seemed ok, but then the driver-side window wouldn't roll up. I also noticed the LED panel was only 1/3 working, and there were gold thumbtacks all over the headliner holding it up. The mechanic fixed the window quickly and explained the clasp - if you push down, it comes undone (not his fault, but dumb). I started haggling with Christian since $9,995 is obviously not the correct price (the liner nor LED were featured in pictures on the site). He offered to drop to $9,000, so I consulted an Audi-loving friend who told me it'd be a no for her; bottom line, $8,000 max, all fees included, with a warranty of some kind on extra things breaking, since Christian wasn't willing to fix any of the problems if he gave any discounts at all. He said, "Look, you know what the price was before you drove up here, the car is 16 years old!" To which I replied, "But I didn't know about these problems or about this tone you're taking with me." He countered with $8,700, no warranty, and told me they'd added the vinyl decals and put some extra love into this car. At that point I wanted to know what they paid for it at auction, but he wouldn't answer, so I left. As I drove off, Christian called offering of $8,300, but the damage was done, and it wasn't what I deemed acceptable. For reference, this is the description of the vehicle listed on the dealership website: [html removed] "2002 AUDI TT AWD with powerful 1.8L DOHC SMPI 20-valve 225 HP I4 turbocharged engine and driven only 91061 miles! Fully loaded and much more! COMES WITH A 3 MONTHS 4,500 MILES POWERTRAIN WARRANTY INCLUDED AT LISTED PRICE----VIRGINIA STATE INSPECTION DONE, READY TO GO!!!! WE FINANCE AND GUARANTEE CREDIT APPROVAL----CALL 703-331-1818 TO SCHEDULE TEST DRIVE -***HABLAMOS ESPANOL*** Optional Features Included A/C Front Alloy Wheels CD Player Anti-Lock Brakes Driver Air Bag Power Mirrors Power Steering Power Windows Side Air Bag Tilt Wheel Traction Control Chrome Wheels Passenger Air Bag Power Door Locks Cruise Control AM/FM Stereo All Wheel Drive Heat/AC"

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2004 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer with AWD/4WD, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Auto Climate Control, Power Driver Seat, Power Liftgate/Trunk.
    Engine: 8-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: four wheel drive

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer in White
    182,691 miles
    Dealer:  (1)
    23.0 mi away
    Stock# 283861478
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    Not Listed

    Leckner Ford of Marshall - Marshall / Virginia

    Located 23 miles away from Ashburn, VA

    Dealer Review:

    If I could give this dealership negative 10 stars, I absolutely would. My experience has been an overall nightmare with the staff, from sales to parts to accounting. This is my first time buying a car and I will start from the very beginning. Buying the car- I went to Leckner Ford of Marshall in early May 2017 to buy a new car. Everything started off great and I was greeted by friendly faces that all seemed like they had my best interest at heart (so wrong). I bought my 2015 Ford Focus that same day. Over six hours later I was still in the office waiting on a woman to finish my paperwork. She apologized for the delay and explained it was because she only worked in that office 2 days a week. Throughout my conversation with her she repeatedly called the dealership by a different name. This was concerning because I was about to pay her my down payment and lock myself into what would become a $17,000 car and she couldn't get her employers name correct. I gave her the title to my trade in vehicle and was finally on my way. After I left I realized I was snowed into paying $3,000 dollars more than what my car was worth because I was just signing papers blindly to leave. The rental- Since my newly bought car was on its way to their lot in Marshall I was put in a rental car. I was assured before leaving that my car would take three days AT MOST to arrive. The following day was nearly 90 degrees outside, I am pregnant, with a 3 year old, and I soon realized the air conditioner on the rental I received did not work. On Mother's Day I took the rental back to the office to get yet another rental car and I dealt with Cory. Mother's Day was my only day off, and I need working A.C with a child. I was told I would be "in and out shortly" THAT WAS A JOKE. I was waiting in the hot sun for over an hour for the car to even be pulled around. After taking my concerns to David (the finance manager) I was told I would be ready soon, and he would try to locate Cory (the sales consultant) who was supposed to be helping me. I assume that Cory went to lunch and forgot about me because I saw him drive off the lot with a coworker. It was almost two hours of waiting, at this point I was sitting in my new rental (baking in the sun) waiting to leave. When Cory returned, he told me I was all set. I then informed him I did not have the keys. Not only did he leave for lunch and never tell me I was ready, he never gave me the rental keys needed to leave. After Cory finally returned with the keys, I turned the car on and it was on empty with few remaining miles to fuel up. Needless to say, I was very agitated because I had just returned my previous rental with a full tank. He took my second rental to the gas station and returned with half a tank. I was ready to go and spend time with my daughter so I left. My NEW car- It was well over two weeks, and after many calls to Leckner asking when I would get my new car I was only told "I don't know, I'm sorry's". I was finally told my car was ready. When I went to the dealership to get it, it smelled heavily of cigarette smoke, I can not stress heavily enough. The second thing I noticed is that I was guaranteed keyless entry with my purchase. The key (yes, I only received one key) was a regular old fashioned key without a keyfob. When I went inside I told Kim (the woman who sold me the car) and David (the finance manager) that this was necessary for me to have, David told me that I could go to parts and order said key myself. I was thinking, why should I pay for a key over $100 that I was guaranteed to come with my purchase. I went over to the parts counter and met Teresa. It became clear at this point that my car must be a repossessed vehicle and was rekeyed. Parts manager- I told Teresa (manager) what key I needed and it took her a long time to find it in her system. When she found it she seemed very unsure about how much it would cost me and when it would arrive. She told me she would call me the following day. It was two days and I never heard from Teresa. I called her back on the second day and was told I needed to come in once again to fill out paperwork needed for this keyless entry. At this point, I'm going to Leckner almost as frequently as the grocery store. It was a week later and I was finally told they ordered my key- still waiting on that. I was shortly contacted by Wendy (finance manager) and told that they did not have the title to my trade in car. I became very irritated because I can remember clearly handing my title to the "2 day a week" woman. I asked Wendy how a dealership can be so incredibly disorganized and she responded by hanging up on me. I called back and asked for Wendy and was put on hold for 15 minutes and hung up on again. I want to cancel my "rewards program" which I was bamboozled into signing up for as these people do not have my trust and they REFUSE to cancel it. I have read the fine print and I am within my rights to do so. Avoid at all costs!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer with Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, 6000lb Towing Capacity, Third-row seating, Auto Climate Control.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: rear wheel drive

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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