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Year: 2002 Make: Ford Model: Excursion Price: $9500 Mileage: 132500 Color: Black/gold cladding, Parchment Leather interior Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): MI Transmission: Automatic Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD Color: Black Engine: 6.8L Triton V10
2002 Excursion Limited 4x4, which I personally bought in Florida and drove back to Michigan in 2007. I've personally maintained the truck with very high standards, but the time has come to downsize the fleet. My family has two Excursions, and we just need to downsize since we have a pickup now.
- 132,500 miles
- 6.8L V10, auto trans
- Full Limited package with 2nd row bench seat- seating for 8
- Third row seating
- 4x4 with WORKING shift on the fly
- Trailer tow mirrors/hitch/plugs
- Six disk CD stereo
- Auto/digital climate control
Based on the reliable and capable Ford Super Duty platform, the Excursion is the perfect mix between SUV and pickup truck. It can safely haul around eight people, some cargo, and still tow a good size trailer behind. Remove the third row seat and fold the second row to fit full 4x8 sheets of plywood inside while still shutting the doors.
I've done many maintenance items on the truck, including front suspension/axle/4x4 parts, transmission fluid flush, brake pads/front calipers & rotors, filters, alternator, spark plugs, coils, etc.
I always did my best to keep the truck clean. I primarily drove it back and forth to college over the last four years, so I was able to somewhat pick and choose the weather I drove it in. I never let it sit dirty very long, and I tried to keep the underneath clean as well to prevent it from rusting. Unlike many Excursions, the inside lips on the bottom of all the doors DO NOT have any rust on them. I shampooed the carpets a couple months ago, and they are in very good shape. The leather seats are in very good shape too- I just cleaned and conditioned them not too long ago. The driver's seat is NOT split on the edge unlike many Excursions and F-series trucks out there. I have towed a few trailers with this Excursion, and it has done very well. It's no diesel when it comes to the hills, but it does a decent job still.
Asking $10,000. It's very hard to find an Excursion this clean in Michigan or even the midwest, and with lower mileage. No smoke/pets, so seats and interior are certainly well above average. E-mail using the link above or call two-four-eight-231-six-six-five-four.
is this what these vehicles are going for in this economy?
Sadly, they aren't even 'going for' this, since I still have it! In the past, I thought it was fair to ask the blue book value, and occasionally if you ask higher, you need to have a reason (such as Florida truck- good condition) to justify above. I can't even get bites at the blue book value. I looked at a few 7.3s around here when I thought of trading for a complete, driveable one, and every Excursion I looked at was all rusty and well used. Granted this isn't a 7.3, but I'm shocked that people haven't flocked to it for having such a nice body.
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