50 Best Used Ford Freestar for Sale, Savings from $2,839

2006 Ford Freestar
168,112 Miles | Quincy, IL
$3,999
est. $58/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
60,723 Miles | Fremont, OH
$5,988
est. $86/mo

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2006 Ford Freestar
127,939 Miles | Spring Hill, FL
$7,995
est. $115/mo

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2007 Ford Freestar
84,066 Miles | Siloam Springs, AR
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2007 Ford Freestar
158,568 Miles | Watseka, IL
$3,974
est. $57/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
160,390 Miles | Brownsburg, IN
$2,997
est. $43/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
145,330 Miles | Tiffin, OH
$4,995
est. $72/mo

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2007 Ford Freestar
99,831 Miles | Milan, TN
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2005 Ford Freestar
229,900 Miles | Pikeville, KY
$2,495
est. $36/mo

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2006 Ford Freestar
175,001 Miles | Las Cruces, NM
$3,599
est. $52/mo

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2006 Ford Freestar
207,560 Miles | Cokato, MN
$2,418
est. $35/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
142,770 Miles | Savannah, GA
$4,877
est. $70/mo

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2007 Ford Freestar
112,155 Miles | Tyndall, SD
$4,450
est. $64/mo

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2005 Ford Freestar
180,058 Miles | Kenesaw, NE
$3,900
est. $56/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
89,989 Miles | Escanaba, MI
$6,995
est. $101/mo

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2006 Ford Freestar
146,409 Miles | Swanton, VT
$3,495
est. $50/mo

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2006 Ford Freestar
235,983 Miles | Carbondale, IL
$2,995
est. $43/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
187,979 Miles | Beloit, KS
$3,548
est. $51/mo

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2005 Ford Freestar
27,794 Miles | Pompano Beach, FL
$9,900
est. $143/mo

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2004 Ford Freestar
94,456 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$2,950
est. $43/mo

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Ford Freestar Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.6
13 Reviews
Overall
3.6
Value
3.8
Performance
3.4
Style
3.7
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.8

Ford Freestar Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Ford Freestar - I'm happy with it

Judy
Wichita, Kansas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I like the overall style, the color (charcoal) and the roominess inside. I like having a sliding door behind my driver's seat, as it makes it easier to put in and take out a baby car seat. This van also does not have a blind spot like one of my other vans had. We have had no major repair issues.
Story
When working an Estate Sale last year, I saw a really cool vintage old door next to the neighbor's trash. I wanted it! The neighbors were throwing it away (it was trash day) but I didn't want to be seen trash-picking it. My sister and I waited until it was dark, quietly drove down the street, picked up that door as fast as we could and shoved it in the back of my van. I was so glad I had room ... (more)
Pros
For the last several years, I was working Estate Sales. This meant I had to hall around long tables quite often. I intentionally chose a vehicle with two sets of bucket seats (front and middle rows) so that I could slide a couple of tables between the seats, extending through to the hatch area. I can haul something as long as 8 foot if it is narrow enough to fit between the seats. I also LOVE my automatic lights. I never have to think about turning them on or off. I also have a key pad, so I never have to worry about locking myself out of the van.
Cons
The hood was really hard to open. I just figured that was the way it was, and lived with it like that for a year or so. Then my son looked at it and easily fixed it. The main thing I don't like is that the van shimmies when I am braking, but I am told that is because the rotors were not turned when the brakes were done (before I bought it) and that while annoying, it is not dangerous, and will go away next time brakes are replaced.

2006 Ford Freestar - Has held up well to abuse

Tina
Alton, Illinois
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I have had this minivan for going on seven years now. I like how it has handled all that we have thrown at it from camping trips to sixty mile round trip to work and back home again. It has served me well with three young kids growing into teenagers and all of their stuff. It handles well for a minivan except for wet hilly roads. It really does not like those. In seven years I have only had one major repair and that was due to teaching a kid to drive and them hitting the curb hard. I have to say that after all the abuse we have thrown at it such as hauling furniture, drywall, power tools, and all sorts of camping gear with kids and dogs it is still going strong.
Story
When camping one time the tents started leaking so we had to fit two pit bulls and five people in the van to sleep. It was a very, very close night but we all survived and stayed dry.
Pros
It has loads of room for all sorts of things. We have put desks and chairs and even a washing machine in it. There has only been one major repair in seven years and that was due to hitting a curb (can't blame the van for that). It is also comfortable enough for long road trips. It is not bad on fuel mileage at around 20mpg.
Cons
My least favorite thing is that it does not like wet snowy or icy roads. It really wants to slide though these and I have had several close calls because of this. The other thing that I don't really care for is that the AC for the driver is not as cold as the rest of the vents.

2008 Ford Freestar - Ford Freestar is the perfect minivan for growing families

David
Kenilworth, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I bought my Ford Freestar after I had my daughter. I had been a Ford loyalist for some time, owning two Windstar vans when my older daughters were babies and then moving into an Explorer as they got older. With another child entering the mix, I opted to go back to Ford and purchase the Freestar. I have kept the minivan as my daughter has grown and still love it as much today as they day I bought it.
Story
Every time I get in the minivan, you can see sand from our yearly family vacations to the beach. Just seeing the sand reminds me of the fun and happiness we have at the beach and instantly makes me smile and want to return to our family happy place.
Pros
When my daughter was a baby, the most positive attribute was the DVD player. It kept her entertained and happy while my older daughters were playing travel soccer, and we were traveling around the eastern seaboard. My Freestar took us to Florida twice, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, upstate New York, Boston, and all over New Jersey to soccer tournaments and games. The van gave us plenty of room for soccer equipment and baby equipment. My Freestar ran great and gave us many happy memories. My baby daughter is now 12 and playing travel soccer as well and the Freest... (more)
Cons
The only real con I can comment on is that the brakes have needed repair at a higher level than our other vehicle. However, we do drive it a great deal and most of the driving his highway driving.

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