2004 Ford Freestar
159,844 Miles
$4,000

Plainfield, IN
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2006 Ford Freestar
124,372 Miles
$2,500

Plainfield, IN
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2006 Ford Freestar
155,000 Miles
$3,950

Mc Minnville, OR
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2004 Ford Freestar
119,847 Miles
$4,988

Glendora, CA
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2005 Ford Freestar
135,235 Miles
$4,627

Lafayette, IN
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2005 Ford Freestar
72,460 Miles
$7,995

Holdrege, NE
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2005 Ford Freestar
127,740 Miles
$5,995

Beatrice, NE
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2004 Ford Freestar
101,140 Miles
$5,288

Jamestown, ND
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2006 Ford Freestar
138,352 Miles
$4,995

Butler, PA
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2005 Ford Freestar
105,886 Miles
$5,995

Sandusky, OH
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2004 Ford Freestar
126,617 Miles
$3,250

Denison, IA
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2005 Ford Freestar
133,502 Miles
$4,495

Manhattan, KS
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2006 Ford Freestar
115,003 Miles
$4,174

Quincy, IL
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2004 Ford Freestar
139,568 Miles
$5,500

Cherokee, IA
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2005 Ford Freestar
166,018 Miles
$4,995

Alexandria, MN
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2004 Ford Freestar
121,487 Miles
$3,495

Monticello, IA
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2006 Ford Freestar
132,213 Miles
$4,000

Pasco, WA
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2006 Ford Freestar
82,188 Miles
$5,800

Ann Arbor, MI
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2006 Ford Freestar
114,095 Miles
$5,950

Syracuse, NY
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2004 Ford Freestar
192,812 Miles
$3,250

Chamberlain, SD
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Ford Freestar Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.3
12 Reviews
Overall
3.3
Value
3.7
Performance
3.1
Style
3.3
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
2.9
Reliability
3.7

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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.

2004 Ford Freestar - Poor Vehicle Quality After Several Years of Use

MSM
Kokomo, Indiana
Overall
1.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
I financed this vehicle used in 2014. It was a 2004 model with 120,000 miles. It seemed like it had very nice basic features, but within 30 minutes of driving it off the car lot, it started having problems. The dealer said they had just received the vehicle that day, so I believe some of the initiate problems I experienced were due to the dealership not performing a full inspection before they sold it. Other problems do not seem to be related to that. I am still driving it, but plan to shop for a different car within a month.
Story
I wouldn't say it was fun, but I was very relieved to have the van when I needed to help my mother move. I was great to be able to lower the back seats and make room to move things like a kitchen table, a recliner, and many boxes.
Pros
I was pleased with the basic comforts of the vehicle- heated leather seats, several cup holders and outlets to plug in cell phone chargers, a digital mileage and message center display. I also liked how the back seats could fold down if you need extra storage space.
Cons
Within one month of having the vehicle, the air conditioning went out. The Freon was fully charged at the time the air conditioning went out. I required a full system flush. Within six months of having the vehicle, the front passenger heat seat stopped working. Within one year, the mechanism that allows you to lower and raise the front windows went out. The motors for the window were good- it was the device that connects to the button that you push to lower and raise the windows were bad, and cost $90 per window to fix (a big annoyance, considering the motor itself would have only cost $40... (more)

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