2007 Ford Five Hundred Overview

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4.65 stars

Based on 7 reviews

A Car For People Who Have Become Adults by polarwind
 — Automotive Magazine still knocks this car, but that's fine by me. I bought it used for a lot less money considering what you get. The styling is European, excellent vision, 5 star rating for safety... Read More
Greatest Awd I Have Owned! by loveridge
 — We now own 2 Ford's and we r very happy with both. The best move I have made is buying this 2007 Ford 500. It is great. It has so much room inside and drives like a dream. I only have 1300 miles o... Read More
Very Good Car by Traveler101
 — I'm going on 1 1/2 years with this car and can't really come up with anything that I dislike. The CVT took a little getting used to but now that I'm used to it I like it. I can put lots of stuff in th... Read More

2007 Ford Five Hundred Overview

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Based on 7 reviews

2007 Ford Five Hundred

The 2007 Ford Five Hundred remains unchanged from the successful 2006 model. The entry into the larger size sedan market, the 500 is very spacious and has a commanding view of the road. Though criticized by some for its bland styling, Ford may just be stealing a page from its subsidiary, Volvo, and applying some of the cleaner lines to its own vehicles.

Gas economy is good, and the price is right; Ford is striving to have the lowest-priced larger sedan. Estimates for this vehicle range from $22,500 to just under $29,000. The standard engine is a 3.0-liter 4V V6 Duratec, achieving 203 horsepower at 5750 rpm.


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Ford Five Hundred Questions

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Ok Ford Five Hundred 2007 My Windows Won't Go Down Or Up All Fuses Look Goo...

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2007 Ford Five Hundred With 73,000 Miles. Is It Necessary To Change The Po...

Is flushing the power steering fluid important, and if so, how do you know when it needs to be flushed?

16 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 weeks ago)

Car Jerks To The Left

When I pull out as soon as the gears change the car will jerk hard to the left and I have to hold the steering wheel tight. It will also jerk to the left randomly. What is this. the steering fluid i...

48 views with 9 answers (last answer 4 weeks ago)

Had My Oil Changed A Week Ago But My Oil Light Still Comes On When I Stop B...

oil light comes on when i stop and goes off when i drive

4 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 weeks ago)

I Lost Heat In My Ford Five Hundred. Blower Fan Works Fine But Not Blowing...

Ford five hundred stopped blowing heat. blower fan works fine, just no heat. anybody else run into this problem?

30 views with 3 answers (last answer about a month ago)