That may be your opinion but a manufacture can advertise till the
cows come home but if the product is bad buyers will stop buying
that product. The Camry sells the most cars because
more buyers believe they are the best car buy for their money.
Ford sells the most truck for the same reason and Chrysler
sells the most minivans.
Reece Talley wrote:
My experience with an Aerostar was very good. They stopped making them in
97. I had a 95 with 277,000 miles without much problems. Still had the
original engine and trans in it! I would be still driving it it if hadn't
been totaled. Replaced the radiator, water pump (at 234,000), and the power
steering pump and rack plus an alternator in all that driving. Great little
truck. I pulled a trailer with it too. I got about 19 mpg in the city with
A/C on and about 25 hwy no A/C. It was a lot better than the Econoline I
have now (don't trust fwd). My girlfriend had 2 Dodge Caravans. Both vans
had trans problems under 60,000 miles. She has a Pontiac Vibe now ( it's
really a Toyota)
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