At a Glance
|Pricing||$25,020 - $26,820|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
Ford claims to have designed their Freestyle crossover from the inside out. Take a look inside and you will find upright seating, generous interior proportions and a well thought out set of controls. Underneath you will find that the Freestyle shares it's Volvo-derived platform with the Ford 500 and Mercury Montego. Under the hood lies a 207 hp Duratec V6 engine with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Available in FWD or AWD, Freestyle has a long list of traits that make this a very unique vehicle wrapped in clean, SUV-inspired styling. The Freestyle starts at $25k for a FWD SE model. A base AWD SE model starts at $27k, hitting $30k for a fully-loaded vehicle.
New crossover vehicle from Ford. The tall wagon features three rows of seating. Both FWD and AWD versions are offered. A 207hp V6 and continuously variable transmission are the only powertrain offered. Freestyle is made in Chicago.
"Freestyle is the crossover done right. We didn't try to adapt an existing minivan or sport utility platform. Freestyle is built from the ground up as a crossover with class-leading spaciousness, seven-passenger comfort, versatility and all-wheel-drive capability. And through it all, Freestyle will deliver with the value that defines it as a Ford. We believe these strengths give Freestyle the strongest potential to define the crossover market -- much like the Ford Explorer defined SUVs a decade ago." -- Phil Martens, Group Vice President, Ford Motor Company
|Freestyle||3.0l V6 (203-bhp)||CVT||AWD||$26,820|
|Freestyle||3.0l V6 (203-bhp)||CVT||FWD||$25,020|