Ford Five Hundred for Sale in Tucson, AZ

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$5,989 62,263 mi.

2007 Ford Five Hundred SEL

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Cactus Auto
(520) 526-9555
5 (42 reviews)
9 mi. from 85737
  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Excellent Experience!
by Cathy Patillo from Ogden, Utah
October 21, 2018
This is the first time I've considered buying a vehicle located out of state, and I was pretty apprehensive about it, but once I saw the car I'd been hoping to buy, and Cactus salesman Bob Navarro was so helpful, I decided to make the purchase. As my time was really short, I had to drive down to Tucson from Ogden, Utah in one day, make the purchase, and drive back the next. Both Bob and John Ranic were fantastic. Not only was the car everything they said it was, but when I arrived, all the documents were ready and after taking the car for a test-drive, John and I sat down to sign paperwork (by the way, he had been in contact with two Utah credit unions and kept in contact with one for days, finally persuading them to drop the interest rate they offered). Both guys (and every supportive person there who switched the tires on the car I was buying for the one I traded in) were more amazing than any other salespeople I've worked with (and I've purchased many cars from major Toyota dealerships over the past 20 years). I can't say enough good things about these people! Buy your car from them! You're experience will be just as pleasant!
I'm 48 and best car I've owned
by LoveMy500 from Iowa
January 8, 2019
I bought my 2007 Ford 500 Limited FWD in Dec 2016. It had 182K miles on it, but the outside looked great, and the inside was like new. Didn't want to pay $3500 considering the miles, but I was in a jam and I knew it had been taken care of. 2 Years later, and I now have over 218K miles on it, and not a single thing has broken. Not one. The only thing I did was replace the front break rotors because I was getting some vibration on breaking, but it wasn't bad and that is really just normal wear and tear. The only other times it's been to the mechanic has been for oil changes. And because I use synthetic oil I got anywhere from 6,000 - 8,000 between oil changes, and I still haven't had to add a drop of oil. Even with all the miles on it, it doesn't use or burn any oil. Note - the AWD version has an early CVT that had issues. From what I've seen, all the complaints are about that. I have the FWD, and although the downshifts are a bit clunking sometimes, they have been that way since I bought the car and have not gotten any worse at all. My mechanic (a Ford guy) says they are known to make some noise when downshifting sometimes, but that it isn't a sign anything is wrong, and the FWD transmissions do last a long time. Also, I drive probably 80 highway, 20 city, and I get 25-27 mpg. And with a 20 gallon tank, you can drive a legit 500 miles + on a full tank. When (and IF) this car ever dies, I'll buy another, or a 08-09 Taurus, which is essentially the same car but with a more powerful motor and smoother transmission. They also get amazing reviews.
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