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Ford Freestar

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2007 Ford Freestar SES Premium
Ford Freestar
Ford
Predessor Ford Windstar
Production 2004-2007
Class Minivan
Body Style 4-Door Minivan
Length 200.5 Inches
Width 76.5 Inches
Height 70.8 Inches
Wheelbase 120.0 Inches
Weight 5,780lbs - 5,890lbs
Transmission 4-Speed Automatic
Engine 3.9L Essex V6
4.2L Essex V6
Power 193 hp @ 4500 RPM
240 lb-ft @ 3750 RPM

201 hp @ 4250 RPM
263 lb-ft 3650 RPM
Similar Chevrolet Uplander
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Platform Ford V2 Platform

The Ford Freestar was a minivan that was manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. It replaced the Ford Windstar for the 2004 model year. Although it is billed as "all new", it basically was a revamped Windstar. The name change accommodated Ford's strategy to rename their cars to words beginning in F. The Freestar, along with its twin, the Mercury Monterey, were both built in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.

The Freestar offered a place for up to seven passengers, it featured an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission as the part of the van's standard equipment, and was available with two gasoline-powered V6 engines. The smaller 3.9 L developed a maximum power of 193 hp (144 kW) at 4500 RPM and 240 ft·lbf (325 N·m) of torque at 3750 RPM, while the larger 4.2 L offered a power of 201 hp (150 kW) at 4,250 rpm and 263 ft·lbf (357 N·m) of torque at 3650 RPM.

Sales of the Freestar and Monterey have been slow in the United States, but sells in higher volumes in Canada (despite that the Monterey isn't available in Canada). Ford will reportedly replace the Freestar with the retro-styled Ford Flex three-row sport wagon in 2009.

The Freestar used code A5 in the 5th and 6th positions of the VIN.

See Wikicars' comprehensive Ford Freestar Review.

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Recent Changes

The Ford Freestar is no longer in production.

Styles and Major Options

The Freestar was available in five trim levels: base, SE, Sport, SEL, and Limited.

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First Generation: (2004-2007)

The Ford Freestar replaced the Ford Windstar. The Freestar was built at Oakville, Ontario, Canada. When the Freestar first came out it had five trim levels. But the Freestar was very slow seller. It was replaced by the Ford Flex.

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