Ford Windstar alternatives
Latest model: Ford Windstar 2003
The Ford Windstar was a minivan manufactured and sold by the Ford Motor Company from 1995 to 2003. When it was presented to the sphere in March 1994 as a 1995 model, the Ford Windstar was a replacement for Ford's first minivan, the Aerostar. For the 2004 model year, it was replaced by the Freestar. All Ford Windstars were built in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
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It was available with 3. 0L and 3. 8 L V6 engines. The smaller 3. 0L motor was discontinued with the 2000 model year.
When the Ford Windstar premiered in 1995, the only available motor was a 3. 8 L V6 which manufactured just 155 hp (116 Kw). Only a base model was available for the first year, but a more premium model followed for 1996. This year, the 3. 0L 150 hp (112 Kw) Vulcan V6 was made the base motor, with the 3. 8 updated to 200 hp (149 Kw).
During its years on the sphere, the Ford Windstar received two major layout alterations. The last model year of its first generation, 1998, featured a slightly altered grill and headlights along with the back blue oval "ford" badge moved to the centre of the tailgate above the license plate, rather than the opposite side of the Ford Windstar badge. In 1999, the car was refactored, making it exterior more modern and sporty. The grille was also changed into a grid array and the B-pillars were hidden. In 2001, Ford refreshed the Ford Windstar once again by changing the grille, using a tighter array of smaller rectangles.