2005 Ford Five Hundred consumer reviews

$22,165–$23,965 MSRP range
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87% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.2
  • Reliability 4.3
Explore the 2005 Ford Five Hundred

Great Commuter

This is a dependable, comfortable and fuel efficient car. It is perfect for a first time driver, or as a commuter to work. It runs and rides like a much newer car.


Best car ever owned

This has been a great car. With no major repairs . Great gas mileage. I have been driving my 500 since 2005 with no problems or breakdown. I have air conditioning, power seats, locks, Windows. Heated seats. Nice interior.


2005 ford five hundred

After driving the Pilot, Ridgeline, Highlander, Santa Fe, and several others, the Sorento EX V6 was by far the best value for my money. It is solidly built, quiet, and smooth. The ride is like a Lexus and it handles almost like a sedan. It's just the right size, has very comfortable seats and is loaded with technology! On my first 500+ mile trip, I averaged 28.8 mpg. If you're looking for a new crossover in this segment, put this one on your short list to test drive.


Most comfortable car I ever owned

I bought this car new and traded in I in 2015. Should have never traded it in. I have owned a few Lexus, Mercedes Benz and this car had the most room, the seats by far were the most comfortable of any car I owned.


Reliable and safe

This vehicle met our needs and price range. We are very happy with the purchase. We were also very happy with how polite and knowledgeable Jim was with the vehicle.


Nice Car

Love the room the car has! Truck is big enough to fit my disabled brother wheelchair in. I also like the pedal adjustment buttons.


Most comfortable auto, great for travel.

Really enjoyed driving it. The highway mileage was excellent. Handled exceptionally well. Plenty of maneuverability.


2005 Ford 500 Hundred

We have had a few problems with this car. There was a recall for the rear brakes. Covered by a Ford recall. Also had a problem with transmission after the third years. Ford dealer did some work on transmission did not resolved the issue. Warranty ran out, dealer & Ford refused to do anymore. We have owned this car since 2005, and the transmission still acts up. Shifts very hard when slowing down. On hill it will buck like you know what. Dealer wants $2800.00 to fix. I refused to pay, told them we will drive car till transmission stops working, then junk it. Car has 89,000 miles on it now.


Bought it used with 134,000 miles

I just bought a used car from an elderly lady august 2017, I am the second owner. I have the 500 limited edition luxury at its best. it got heated/leather seats,sunroof and an awesome huge space in the back passenger ,front and trunk. This one also included a tow hitch. This is my daily driver and I love driving it everyday. Acceleration is slow at the beginning but once it goes it goes. I know I am blessed to get this car for $2100 and asking price was $4000. The exterior could have been better but it's a car that takes me from A to B and long distance drive. I wish that this car will last me 400thousand miles or more..


Car survived myself and two high school kids.

Economical to own, very dependable. I bought the car with 30,000 miles on it. When I got a newer car I gave it to my high school son. When he upgraded to a newer vehicle I gave it to my 16 year old daughter. It has been a great car.