1998 Ford Windstar LX 3.8 from North America
The biggest POS on four wheels
The front molding on the drivers seat broke after only having 1,000 miles. This problem took the dealer three times to fix it correctly.
At about 30,000 miles the material on the seats started to wear thin.
At 40,000 the cable under the middle bench broke.
Between 39,000 and 42,000 miles I had to replace the Rack in Pinion Steering (which had to be brought back three times due to defective tire rods), the ABS system and the Cam Shaft Sensors.
Now at 42,500 the transmission is starting to slip and a clanking noise from behind the radio.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 5th January, 2004