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Pros: 263 lb. ft. Torque - $15K with only 35,000mi.
Cons: my limited does not have memory seats or adjustable pedals. And sunroofs/but better for hail in GA.
Advice: Only truck like minivan available.Much better than my old Windstar. Only minivan I would drive.
Pros: 3rd row seats that folded away. Quite and comfortable ride.
Cons: No AWD.
Advice: Great value for the money.Surprisingly a well built and quite minivan. Prior vehicle was a BMW and Subaru, and was impressed with this American Vehicle. A very comfortable ride, and great value for the money when compared to the foreign made minivans. (Rebates helped tremendously with the lower price.)
Pros: Fold down rear seats that way you can not see them
Cons: Front steering not in straight line and old looking seats
Advice: Let go of the wheel to see how straight it is, if not get out and shut the doorThe vehicle looks and preforms like a second hand van. Front seats look like they are 5 years old worn and torn. The steering is a nightmare, the wheel will not keep in a straight line for 5 seconds, it veers all way to right one line than two than three, than off the mountain you go, good bye. The front end is off by 1/2 inch, in difference to the drivers side. Have owned 5 ford vehicle, never have I had one that I could not let go of the wheel to see if it is line ,if it did't go straight I brought it to a front end shop to be fixed... To bad I signed papers before it was fixed what a mistake..