Great people packaging; comfortable ride; plenty of safety equipment; excellent cargo capacity.
The 2007 Freestyle is Ford's answer to what happens when you combine the best characteristics of an SUV, station wagon, and minivan. You can get into a Freestyle SEL with front wheel drive for only $25,920. Adding all-wheel-drive bumps the price up to $27,770. Both of these offer plenty of standard equipment. The comfortable driver's front bucket offers power controls and includes lumbar and height adjustment.
The sound coming from the standard four-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo system is quite good. We enjoyed the quality leather wrapped around the steering wheel and shift knob. Not only does the wheel tilt to allow you to dial in your comfort, but the auxiliary controls on the wheel help you to keep your hands where they can enjoy the Freestyle's excellent ride and fine handling abilities.
Power comes from a 3.0L V6 engine that sends 207 horsepower and 203 lb-ft of torque through a continuously variable automatic transmission to either the front or all four wheels, depending on your model choice. We found the Ford version of CVT to be especially good in matching engine rpms to driving situations.
You can also step up to the $29,205 Freestyle Limited FWD or $31,055 Freestyle Limited AWD. The advantages here include an upgraded stereo with nine speakers and a six-CD changer. Memory settings for the driver's heated seat and leather seating in all three rows add to the luxury. The second row floor console is unique to the Limited trim, and may be the Freestyle's best executed good idea. The Limited also adds fog lights and automatic headlights.
Ford has simplified the Freestyle lineup for 2007, eliminating the base SE trim. Heated front seats are now available as an option on the Freestyle SEL and standard on the Limited. Navigation can be ordered on the SEL, and satellite radio can be added to all Freestyles. Both side and head curtain air bags for 2007, making it one of the safest picks in its segment.
The 2007 Ford Freestyle is a good choice for those looking for value in family transportation. Front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models are available, and the Freestyle scores well in government crash test. For enhanced safety, the Freestyle and now comes standard with both head curtain and side air bags.
This mid-size SUV is well suited to transporting up to seven family members, or for loading up to 86 cubic feet of cargo when the middle and rear seat rows are folded. While many SUVs offer a third row of seating that is suitable only for children, the Freestyle's back row offers plenty of room for two adults.
Vehicle Price: 26,670.00
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