Ford calls the Freestyle a "crossover" model, noting that it blends the merits of a sport utility vehicle, a minivan and a sedan. As a result, the seven-passenger Freestyle "fits every lifestyle," according to Ford.The automaker says the Freestyle is "purpose-built" on a unique crossover platform... Read Full Report
Say this for the all-new 2005 Ford Freestyle: It's appropriately named. It's so free-verse that it defies labeling. Is it a sport-utility vehicle? A minivan with four doors? A high-riding wagon?Well, yes, on all counts.Ford calls it a midsize crossover vehicle, and that describes it as well as anything. It handles like a passenger car but can carry weighty cargo and play in the mud l... Read full review for the 2005 Ford Freestyle
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We bought our Freestyle Limited AWD used with over 100,000 miles on the V6 engine. - *THE GOOD* If we don't floor it and maintain speeds below 70 MPH on the freeway we can get up to 26 MPG. The ride i... Read Full Review
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