Did all 6 in mine, much easier when you removed the doghouse inside the cabin.
For such a “slapdash effort”, it did extremely well, running second only to the Caravan/Voyager for much of its run. When Ford announced its cancelation for the 1995 model year, they were flooded with letters demanding it remain in production. Ford relented and kept it going, to be sold along side its replacement… Read more
It had a driver side airbag only, but it was one of the first minivans with such.
It has more personality than the Honda, has AWD, a higher towing capacity and, although no minivan is really easy to work on, I don’t buy your “probably easier to work on” claim, either. The Honda also has a transmission made of glass, and although the Ford’s transmission isnt bulletproof, it is FAR easier to pull… Read more
I think a bit of both. Not my thing, but I give ‘em credit, it does look pretty badass
I had one just like it, except an LE and an automatic. It was far from bulletproof, and had many less miles than this one. I absolutely hated that car. It remains the only vehicle I've ever traded in at a dealership.
I don’t get the rant about Lincoln abandoning traditional American luxury (presumably meaning comfortable, powerful, elegant vehicles). Pretty sure that’s exactly the heritage they’re embracing with their most recent product offerings. Not chasing BMW, not trying to be something nobody will ever accept them as, just… Read more
Yeah, the first thing I’d do if my poor sick grandmother was forced to live in public housing would be to say “tough luck bitch, I’m going to buy a BMyota that costs more than you’ve probably ever seen in your life, combined, but I’ll still come spend the night with ya!”
Granted, I live down south, but I see many Platinum Super Dutys and Yukon XL Denalis, 0 Supras.
Especially when they're complaining about others complaining.
My first car was a 1987 Ford Escort GT.
Go sit in one. The seats, especially the back, have 0 contour to them. It’s literally like two pieces of plywood with some foam glued to it. There’s more, like how the HVAC controls beep when you change them. Why? Beep. Beep. Beep. Wtf? You cant judge a Mirage by the picture. I'd rather drive a 1996 Corsica.
They are choosing vehicles currently in production over ones discontinued 8 years ago? Weird.