2005 Ford Five Hundred
199,487 Miles
$3,400

Sandusky, MI
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
88,666 Miles
$7,489

Quakertown, PA
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2005 Ford Five Hundred
81,591 Miles
$6,995

Detroit, MI
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2005 Ford Five Hundred
139,554 Miles
$4,995

Vancouver, WA
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
200,492 Miles
$3,497

Westminster, CO
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
87,520 Miles
$13,988

Sacramento, CA
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
147,733 Miles
$6,358

Fife, WA
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
122,680 Miles
$7,995

Plainfield, IN
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
210,972 Miles
$2,995

Two Harbors, MN
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
149,938 Miles
$5,500

Kingsport, TN
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
113,482 Miles
$5,991

Augusta, KS
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
108,341 Miles
$6,995

St. Louis, MO
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
83,510 Miles
$5,288

Alhambra, CA
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2005 Ford Five Hundred
197,985 Miles
$2,490

Marion, OH
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
92,109 Miles
$5,955

Danvers, MA
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
69,893 Miles
$6,388

Tustin, CA
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2006 Ford Five Hundred
123,363 Miles
$5,490

Laurel, MT
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
115,417 Miles
$6,495

Reno, NV
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2007 Ford Five Hundred
152,400 Miles
$5,888

Lake Havasu City, AZ
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2005 Ford Five Hundred
80,970 Miles
$7,871

Racine, WI
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Ford Five Hundred Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.2
Performance
4.0
Style
3.6
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.4
Maintenance
4.0

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Ford Five Hundred Owner Ratings & Reviews

2005 Ford Five Hundred - Family car

Choctaw, Oklahoma
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Ford Five Hundred is a great family car. The cabin is roomy and the leather seats make it easy to clean. It has the feel of a big car, but drives like a midsize sedan. There is an abundance of storage space and two plugins for cell phones. The backseat has its own air conditioner vent and the front seat has controls on both the passenger and driver side for ultimate comfort. The radio/cd player holds 6 cd's and it has a great factory installed speaker system. Some of the problems I have seen with this car is that the side mirrors tend to cause blind spots if you are short. The doors are also pretty heavy if you have little ones.
Story
One memorable thing about this car is being able to take my son and his friends to a variety of places comfortably. I never felt cramped in the car even when every chair was taken.
Pros
My favorite aspect of this car is how well it handles on ice and snow. I never even slid once when driving in adverse conditions. The car is heavy and has front wheel drive which makes it easy to handle. I also liked the outside key pad on the door because it make it easy to unlock the door. Also, I could lock the keys in the car when I wanted to walk at the park and didn't have to worry about carrying them with me. It also makes it virtually impossible to lock your keys in the car. The seats are comfortable and easy to adjust. The seats lay for forward if you need extra trunk room which i... (more)
Cons
One of the negatives is that the side mirrors tend to cause blind spots for a short driver. Also, when it's hot outside and you run the air conditioner much it seems to drink gas. The fan on the air conditioner and heater also run really loud and has since I purchased it ten years ago. This is not a good car if you are looking for a small economical sedan. Also, unlike many cars of its size, it only seats five people. The front console does not fold down. Plus, since it's getting up there in years, it is not mp3 compatible.

2006 Ford Five Hundred - It was decent for the cost, but if I had more options I would not have chosen it.

North Sarasota, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
The car is fairly large, which makes parking sometimes difficult. The gas mileage is about average - I would have preferred a car with better than average gas mileage, and would have happily sacrificed size for improved fuel usage. It performs well for my basic needs, which is to travel to and from some cities on occasion and drive around the city. I haven't had any particular performance issues outside of a recent problem with the fuel pump, which some reviews indicate is a common problem with this car.
Story
My friend and I drove the car down a highway listening to music loudly on my CD player with the windows down, singing along with no issue. No need to stop for gas because the fuel tank is huge, the CD player is loud enough to hear even with windows open at high speeds.
Pros
The car drives smoothly. It doesn't make much sound. The back seat flips down, which expands the already large trunk significantly when transporting, something that is fairly unusual for standard cars. It has lasted well through a couple accidents. The seats are adjustable enough. The back seat is spacious and not uncomfortable to sit in at all, which is also unusual in cars. There is plenty of ventilation in the car.
Cons
The seats are leather, so they get extremely hot. The fuel pump recently needed to be replaced, which was apparently a common problem with this model car. There is no aux input, which is also unusual given that it was made in 2006, so the only way to listen to your own music is to use a Bluetooth speaker or to burn CDs. The gas mileage was average, and I would have preferred better gas mileage. There are strange crooks in the trunk that imply that there is more space, but mostly just get things caught in it.

2005 Ford Five Hundred - Ford 500 is one solid sedan

Spokane Valley, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
The Ford 500 is considered a car intended to replace the Taurus by some people and the Taurus was one of Fords best selling cars. That means when they designed the 500 it had to live up to the expectations, and I believe they knocked it out of the park. I always liked the smooth ride of sedans but the Ford 500 sealed the deal for me. The all around versatile functionality of the four door 500 is only matched by the power under the hood and the space in the trunk. The interior of the Ford 500 is pleasantly classic with chrome trimmed parts and all of the options conveniently located in easy to reach places. The visibility versus privacy factor of the window is just right as it allows for a good view without sacrificing too much privacy towards the interior. The car also never gave me an... (more)
Story
Let me just say that although I did not exceed the speed limit I don't condone racing! That being said, while on the way to work I had just picked up a coworker and we were sitting at a red light when a mustang next to us started to rev his engine. I nodded at him, since he is a fellow Ford owner of course, and acted as if I was going to race him. I planned to accelerate as fast as I could but... (more)
Pros
The gas mileage I get is averaging around 25-27 miles to gallon so its got good mileage. The sound system is superb. The color of the car is perfect. The interior set up is very well designed and is actually comfortable and things are easy to find. The components of the dashboard are arranged nicely so it is very easy to adjust the stereo and heat/cool controls without looking away from the road or just using your peripheral. The car is very stable when on the highway it feels very solid and the tires grip surprisingly well to the road. The headlights are sufficiently bright in most cases ... (more)
Cons
I don't like that it doesn't have very deep cup holders. The air conditioner is very loud. The interior could definitely be a little quieter while on the highway. The head rests are shaped rather odd and are slightly uncomfortable. Besides what I have already mentioned I would be lying if I added any more cons. I simply don't have anymore critique or cons so I spend some extra time on a memorable story.