Pristine, Low-Mileage Ford Excursion Is One Fine Cruiser

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Ford Excursion

Looking for a super clean, lightly used Excursion? Look no further than the FTE Marketplace.

Even though it’s been gone for years now, we still feel like the Ford Excursion deserves another shot at life. And judging by how much you all seem to love them, it’s safe to assume that you agree. But alas, it doesn’t look like we’ll get our wish anytime soon. So that leaves us scouring the used truck market, looking for that diamond in the rough. But if you’re in the market for a clean Ford Excursion, you don’t have to look any further than the Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace.

There you’ll find a number of nice Excursions. But among them, this 2000 model truly stands out. With only 87,000 original miles, it’s obviously not traveled too far over the last 18 years. But it’s also been lovingly cared for, judging by the overall condition. The XLT, two-wheel drive model looks great on the outside, sporting solid paint and shiny chrome.

Ford Excursion

A few modern touches add to the effect, too. They include a set of newer Super Duty chrome mirrors, 2017 F-250 wheels, and a fresh set of Goodyear all-terrain tires. The seller has also recently replaced the battery, rear lift gate supports, grille, and headlight trim. Everything, inside and out, reportedly works perfectly.

Like most Ford Excursion examples we see, this one will swaddle you in comfort, too. Leather and power options galore adorn the interior, along with heated front seats and mirrors. Towing is a snap thanks to the factory-installed package. And even though you’ll undoubtedly have to make frequent stops for gas thanks to the V10 under the hood, it’ll all be worth it.

If you’re looking for a clean Ford Excursion, you won’t find many better than this one. And even if you aren’t, be sure and check out all the other cool rides and parts for sale in the FTE Marketplace!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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