2004 FORD MUSTANG
This is my second GT Mustang. My only issues with the car is that ford even now does not make the GT have standard options your would expect. The gas mileage is awful with an average of 230 miles to a tank. It has annoying rattles but, when the top is down and you hear the rumble of the exhaust I forget about the little issues that bother me and enjoy every second behind the wheel.
2004 FORD RANGER
4 wheel dr.
I haul wood and brush.
Extended cab is nice.
I would do the car fax again to know the history. Problems came up that we suspect go back to two accidents we did not know about by the previous owner.
2007 FORD MUSTANG
I bought this vehicle for the low mileage an it was "un-molested" meaning nothing had been modified. The carfax was clean. It is not a daily driver and garage kept. Watch out for cars like this that have aftermarket "upgrades" that usually cause more mechanical problems and poor fuel economy.
by C GRAY
2008 FORD MUSTANG
I bought this car after it had been wrecked and repaired just because I wanted a new car. It was a lot less than a new car price. It is a fabulous car. Runs great, fun to drive, but my husband is too tall to sit in it comfortable so I am selling it. I hate to sell it but we just don't drive it enough. It will make someone a great car.
2007 FORD FOCUS
It was a one owner, I use it driving back in forth to work ever day 84 miles round trip. Car fax confirmed that ever thing was right, like one owner, miles, never been in a wreck. Car fax is the way to go. Almost ever car we bought we used car fax. It tells when people are lying or telling the truth.
by David White
2006 FORD MUSTANG
Found a gem for our son's 1st car. V-6 auto has great get up and go with good gas mileage. The shaker audio system rocks and there is really no need for an amplifier with the right radio. However if you are looking for a smooth ride this is not the car for you since it has a racing suspension.
Used Ford Information
Ford was founded by Henry Ford in 1903. It sells automobiles, trucks, and commercials vehicles in the Ford and Lincoln nameplates and has several overseas holdings and concerns as a global automotive manufacturer. Ford makes the highest-selling vehicle in North America, the F-150 pickup truck, which has held that title for over three decades. Ford is still controlled and managed by the Ford family.
Although many vehicles in the history of Ford are now considered classics and many of the company's now-defunct sub-brands fall into that category of collectible and classic, the company's current models are still some of the best-selling vehicles on the market and trade in used cars and trucks from Ford is brisk.
Currently, the Ford F-series of trucks, including the F-150, F-250, F-350 and more, are seen in the used truck market everywhere. Although Ford has left the heavy-duty truck manufacturing business, the F800 and LCF are still commonly seen on the used market.
Popular cars in the Ford lineup include the subcompact Fiesta and Escort, both of which are considered right-sized with the Fiesta being the popular entry-level model and the Escort the sportier option. The Ford Focus compact car is slightly larger than the other two and is often seen as a good mix of sporty and versatile.
The Fusion and Taurus are very common on the used car market, with the Taurus being a vehicle of choice for years for government and police use as well as for fleet car and rentals. Thus the car is often seen on the market in used sales.
The new Ford Taurus (after 2007) is a full-sized car, as is the discontinued Thunderbird and Crown Victoria. Of course, sports offerings such as the iconic Mustang and Focus ST cannot be forgotten.
Ford also makes a complete line of vans (E-series and Econoline), people-movers (C-MAX, Aerostar, Galaxy), and sport utilities (Edge
). All of which are popular used cars as well.