2000 Ford Windstar
104,360 Miles
$3,995

Kahului, HI
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2000 Ford Windstar
187,850 Miles
$3,995

Springfield, OR
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2001 Ford Windstar
126,809 Miles
$3,890

Pottsville, PA
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2003 Ford Windstar
100,202 Miles
$4,685

Des Plaines, IL
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2001 Ford Windstar
125,808 Miles
$1,649

Owasso, OK
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2002 Ford Windstar
169,905 Miles
$5,990

Burien, WA
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2000 Ford Windstar
145,649 Miles
$2,997

Spokane, WA
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2001 Ford Windstar
130,211 Miles
$3,900

Bohemia, NY
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2001 Ford Windstar
113,033 Miles
$4,995

Ashland, NE
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2000 Ford Windstar
136,000 Miles
$2,000

Ephrata, PA
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1999 Ford Windstar
172,726 Miles
$3,495

Denison, IA
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2003 Ford Windstar
150,021 Miles
$2,965

Berne, IN
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2003 Ford Windstar
162,611 Miles
$3,179

Hastings, NE
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2000 Ford Windstar
134,008 Miles
$4,488

Elkader, IA
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2002 Ford Windstar
104,240 Miles
$4,495

Lidgerwood, ND
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1998 Ford Windstar
213,524 Miles
$6,999

Tulalip, WA
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2003 Ford Windstar
168,624 Miles
$3,995

Fond Du Lac, WI
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Ford Windstar Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.9
Value
4.1
Performance
3.5
Style
3.3
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.2
Maintenance
3.6

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Ford Windstar Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 Ford Windstar - My workhorse.

Mirrormont, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I own a great car! My 1998 Ford Windstar van fits almost all my requirements for the perfect vehicle. It seats 8, and the rear seats remove fairly easy for cargo hauling or a camping bed. It gets 22-25 miles per gallon, and runs on regular. The heater and air conditioner work properly, and the defroster defrosts adequately for all but the worst ice storm. That being said, there are a few problems. The trim is not very well attached, and the upholstery is pretty tacky, even if it is leather-like. The overall finish of the exterior is lackluster. Even a wax job doesn't brighten it up much. The wipers are a continual problem. They tend to leave streaks, even with new blades. The headlights are barely adequate, but if I'm able to use my bright, I'm fine. The windows are great! Plenty of ... (more)
Story
At night I once accidentally drove it down a very hilly lawn thinking I was on the driveway of my friend's home. It took the humps and bumps very nicely, and allowed me to creep my way back up when I realized my mistake without tearing up their lawn. My face was as red as their lawn was green!
Pros
It has great cargo and passenger capacity. I love the sound system and the way the heating and air conditioning perform.
Cons
Light weight construction and wipers that don't ever seem to work well no matter how often I replace the blades are a problem.

2001 Ford Windstar - Long-life reliability

Dallas, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This vehicle was bought used and driven several more years. with only minimal, routine maintenance required. All in all, the cost of maintaining the vehicle was low. Fuel mileage was satisfactory. The vehicle performed well in city driving, as well as long-distance highway travel. Acceleration was dependable and predictable, which is important in heavy city traffic. Because the Windstar was relatively high off the ground, as compared to many passenger cars, it was a pleasure to drive, as well as being safer, because it was possible to see more of what lay ahead on the road. Being a mini-van, with windows in the storage/third-seat area and back, as well as front and second seat areas, it was possible to see more of what lay beside and behind the vehicle, which were good safety and e... (more)
Story
Because the Ford Windstar was relatively high off the ground, as compared to many passenger cars, and with several windows it allowed a full top-to-bottom view of trees changing to fall colors, which made for pleasant trips during that time of year.
Pros
Storage capacity of the vehicle was an important feature. With the third seat in place it was possible to transport several passengers and still have plenty of cargo space behind. Of course storage capacity could be greatly increased by lowering the third seat, if desired. The sliding rear door of the Windstar is a factor of convenience and safety. A safety factor, in the event of a rear collision, is that the cargo space offers a "buffer zone" upon rear impact.
Cons
It is difficult to name negative factors with the Ford Windstar, because the reliability, low repair costs, convenience, storage capacity, and, even, fuel economy were positive factors. I would buy another Ford Windstar and recommend it to others.

1998 Ford Windstar - Good Dependable Van

San Diego, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
The vehicle meets my needs. It is spacious and dependable. It doesn't get great mileage but on some level that is to be expected. It has a solid construction and handles well on the road.
Story
Pulling the bench seats out is easy to do. My greyhounds love that they can stretch out and relax when we go on road trips to the beach or camping in the mountains.
Pros
I love how it handles, especially on the freeway. It has great acceleration when merging. The air conditioning is outstanding with lots of adjustments to make sure everyone is comfortable. This van is solidly built and would provide great protection to both the driver and the passengers in the event of a collision. It handles well in both the mountains and the desert. No problem climbing steep inclines and never overheats when driving in extreme conditions. Smallish tires so not very expensive to replace. Tinted windows are a plus. Lots of little nooks and crannies to store sunglasses, cha... (more)
Cons
The gas mileage is horrible but it does have a big engine. The factory installed 'lock out' theft device is a pain in the rear. The dealership advised that it would be extremely costly to disengage the system. If it ever totally fails there will be no way to start the car. The van has a generic appearance and is far from being stylish. It is hard to find it in a large parking lot as it looks like every other van on the lot. It only has a cassette player and AM/FM radio.