800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 2000 Ford Excursion XLT is a 4x4 with V10 power and the size to make sure you don\'t have to leave anything or anyone behind. So if you love them big, powerful, useful, and absolutely awesome, this affordable SUV is for you.
The red paint has a clean style and a nice glow. It helps to show off the crisp look and beefy body lines. And the bright chrome bumpers of the upscale XLT model go well with the grille and polished rocker trim. A full-length pinstripe, and attractive 16-inch alloys give this a tasteful style. But nothing in this presentation ever gets too fancy. And that\'s because a vehicle as capable as the Excursion doesn\'t want you to hesitate to use it to the fullest. The suspension is tall for a true 4x4 prowess, and a proper tow hitch means boats, campers, trailers, or any other fun you want to bring can easily come along on your adventures.
Those lighted running boards make it easy to hop into the loaded interior. The driver\'s seat is a command position with a power-adjusting high-back bucket seat. A folding armrest, cup holder center console, overhead console, tilt steering column, and full gauges keep you comfortable and informed. There are more great amenities, like power windows (including power rear vent windows), power locks, keyless entry, dual front airbags, ABS, and the factory AM/FM/CD stereo. You can even choose to replace the DVD screen or give the A/C system a recharge/refresh/parts replacement. We also love a good Excursion because it\'s one of the few vehicles that has three full rows of seating and still has plenty of room left in the cargo area for all your gear. It makes for a terrific SUV for everything from tailgating to big road trips.
Under the hood is Ford\'s optional 6.8-liter Triton V10. It\'s a true powerhouse amongst gas engines. In fact, a version of this found a home in trucks that were strictly commercial grade. So you know it provides the power you want when it\'s time to carry people and their gear near or far. And that\'s the right kind of torque needed for this 4x4 to get down to serious off-road work, too. But don\'t forget that this mega motor is also a modern fuel-injected setup. So it fires up and runs with an eager attitude. The engine inhales deeper with a cold air intake, and the cat-delete exhaust lets it exhale with added freedom and thunder. This Excursion has an overall usability because it was given excellent features from day one, like four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, cruise control, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
The Excursion was all about offering you more. It had more space, power, presence, and versatility than the other guys had. The only thing less about this one is the price. Call today!!!
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