2007 Ford Freestyle
117,686 Miles
$6,995

Amarillo, TX
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2006 Ford Freestyle
84,000 Miles
$6,000

Reading, PA
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2007 Ford Freestyle
165,432 Miles
$5,492

Wichita, KS
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2005 Ford Freestyle
127,993 Miles
$4,798

Milwaukee, WI
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2005 Ford Freestyle
153,704 Miles
$4,000

Toledo, OH
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2005 Ford Freestyle
56,663 Miles
$7,944

Forest Grove, OR
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2005 Ford Freestyle
136,430 Miles
$4,995

Rantoul, IL
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2005 Ford Freestyle
99,509 Miles
$3,995

Brentwood, NH
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2005 Ford Freestyle
175,851 Miles
$2,990

Wilmington, DE
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2007 Ford Freestyle
104,875 Miles
$7,949

Green Bay, WI
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2006 Ford Freestyle
154,129 Miles
$4,500

Red Wing, MN
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2006 Ford Freestyle
131,791 Miles
$5,898

Marysville, WA
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2006 Ford Freestyle
73,154 Miles
$6,999

Jamestown, ND
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2006 Ford Freestyle
96,298 Miles
$6,995

Monticello, IA
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2007 Ford Freestyle
104,848 Miles
$5,900

Flushing, MI
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2006 Ford Freestyle
151,938 Miles
$6,599

Centennial, CO
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2005 Ford Freestyle
34,781 Miles
$9,990

Princeton, WV
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2006 Ford Freestyle
157,012 Miles
$3,827

Belleville, WI
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2006 Ford Freestyle
199,182 Miles
$2,788

Elizabethtown, KY
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2006 Ford Freestyle
95,382 Miles
$7,000

Fayetteville, AR
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Ford Freestyle Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.3
Performance
3.8
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
4.1

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Ford Freestyle Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Ford Freestyle - Almost time for a new car, but this one has been wonderful

Five Forks, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
1.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This has been a great reliable family car. The 3rd row was what drew us to this car because at the time there were only a few crossovers on the market. There is plenty of space, and its very easy to drive. We've had the car for 10 years, and it's gotten us through the young children phase. The transmission is different than most other cars. It has the same type of transmission as a snowplow, which makes it extremely fuel efficient. That was another selling point at purchase. You won't win any acceleration contests with this car, but that makes it safe for the family. It has in the last year developed some squeaks and wobbles which can be attributed to its age. I wish this car was still on the market because I would buy an updated version of it in a heartbeat. I don't like the comps For... (more)
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We've taken many trips in this car, and it's seen us through raising our babies. Two of our three children rode home from the hospital in this car. it definitely has a piece of my heart.
Pros
This car is extremely easy to drive. Its been very safe and reliable. The space for the gas mileage is outstanding. The car really gets amazing gas mileage when in cruise control on the highway. It's been fun to see how far we can get on one tank of gas. The seats are comfortable, and there are more than enough cup holders. The car runs very quietly and the outside noise control is great when traveling. We have had one minor fender bender in this car, and it held up really well with minimal damage to the car and passengers. The interface is extremely user-friendly, and all the features are... (more)
Cons
There are very few cons to this car. The biggest issue we've had is the seats stain very easily. Even water leaves a dirty looking stain. We've tried to have them professionally cleaned, but after an initial look of cleanliness the stains returned a few weeks later. The acceleration leaves a lot to be desired. The type of transmission that makes it so fuel efficient also makes it slow to accelerate. Not really a big problem for a stay at home mom with three kids. The plastic piece on the bumper looked aged really fast, and eventually flew off while we were driving down the road. The deale... (more)

2005 Ford Freestyle - Reliable

Louisville, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
This car has been a very reliable vehicle. I have liked how it has performed in both city driving and on the highway. I have a rather large family (4 kids) and it has fit us very comfortably on some long trips. The driver's seat is comfortable and firm. The console area is not too bulky as I'm a fairly broad-shouldered person. The trunk area is just the right size for us to store 6 medium-sized suitcases when we travel. The back seats fold down pretty easily when we need to haul some larger things.
Title
I've driven the kids to see Christmas decorations in this car. Invariably, at lease one of the kids falls asleep when we go.
Pros
The dashboard has everything I like: it's simple with not too many dials. I drive on hills a fair amount and the transmission (in "Drive") does not allow the car to "take off" when going down a hill. I like this as I like to stay within the speed limit. It's easy to attach child seats to the installed seats. I've had to change out one headlight bulb and it was very easy to do this. In a previous model, my wife was rear-ended but the car provided excellent protection. The the car was a total loss, there were no serious injuries. The indicators are about as loud as I need them to be.
Cons
The CD player and the DVD player are a bit touchy. One of the seats does not fold down easily when we need extra cargo area. Like many Fords, the engine isn't the quietest. The engine isn't loud but it isn't as quiet as, say, some Toyota models I've seen. The cup holders are a little narrow for my cups that I bring in the car.

2005 Ford Freestyle - Fantastic Short-Run

Walla Walla, Washington
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
My wife and I loved this car from the moment we drove it off the lot. It is comfortable, quiet, capable in bad weather, roomy, and efficient for the vintage. We love the seats and the feel. We love how well it's worn and how cheap it is overall. We love how it virtually never breaks down. We love the transmission and the motor. It's fantastic.
Title
We drove this car all over the region. I remember taking it to Park City Utah for Sundance film festival. I drove it to Pasadena for school a couple times, all the way from WA state. Another time I took it over the continental divide from WA to Denver. Good trips.
Pros
The car was made by Ford over a few year period when Ford owned Volvo. This vehicle really calls back to that day. The seats are comfortable like Volvo seats. It has the funny center motor mount overhead like Volvos. It has the same suspension and tie-arms and so on. I love the automatic transmission that never shifts really. I love how I can get 27 mpg on the highway even though it's a big SUV. It is extremely agile and solid in the snow and ice. Never had a single issue with motor or any major system. Just normal wear items for nearly 200k.
Cons
The AWD system has a tendency to wear out tires on the shoulders. We've never been able to get a set of tires to last more than 40k on the car before it wears them out. We've purchased very expensive 90k tires and cheapie tires and they all seem to last about the same amount of time. The transmission is difficult to properly maintain.