The Five Hundred was selected "Best New Car" in the $18,000-$23,000 price range by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.http://www.kiplinger.com/features/archives/2004/11/18to23.html
I agree.This thursday I will have the opportunity of attending the SEAMO dinner in Braselton, GA. Manufacturers are bringing there new cars and we all get a chance to test drive them.Ford will bring the 500, the mustang GT and, get this folks, a Ford GT.Let you know what I think when I return. (That's if they can pry me away from the GT).
I didn't catch those comments either. Me thinks we have another stock basher here.
Anyone have a feel for how Ford sales are holding up so far in December? They do appear to have a decent lineup of new vehicles.
It is still a Ford and a piece of shit.If you are in the market for a car, buy a Toyota, Nissan, Honda or Lexus. They have high quality and maintain value.You get what you pay for. Pay a low price for a Ford 500, you get a low class car.
What makes you an authority on "Class Cars"?I'll take the 500 over the Lexus any day. Save myself a bundle and still have a great looking car.
Thx for the link. :)
I checked it out. I noticed The Vette got best new sports car and first in safety. :)http://www.kiplinger.com/features/archives/2004/11/sportscars.htmlCR3