Then there's a guy that reached over 2,000,000 miles, but that's with a
Volvo P1800 from the sixties that he still drives every day. Main thing he
says is: Fix the problems as soon as they appears.
Good for him and the Volvo. Now that's getting what you pay for with that
many miles :-) I want to know about experiences, if any, from people who
are over 100,000 miles with their 2000 Ford Focus "Since the 2000 Ford Focus
has been having problems since day one" that Ford still haven't done recalls
on and know that there are problems that need to be addressed.
On Sat, 27 Dec 2003 22:46:18 -0500, "Sheila R. Hudson"
Well mine went back at the end of a 3 year lease with 92500 miles on
the clock and the only thing it had was a regular service and
replacement tyres and brake pads, oh and I think the front disks were
replaced at the 75000 mile service. It never broke on me always
started whatever the weather. Just changed it for yet another Focus
(my 3rd) this time a TDCi purely for the improved fuel economy 50+ to
the gallon compared with 35 on the petrol 2.0l. Performance is near on
as good as the petrol and once its chipped it should really fly.
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