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2007 Ford E450 Box Truck $12,000

Specifications

Capacity

  • Empty weight: 7,860 lbs.
  • Gross vehicle weight: 14,050 lbs.
  • Cubic capacity: 669 cu. ft.
  • Hitch rating: 10,000 lbs.
  • Payload: 6,190 lbs.

Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • AM / FM Stereo
  • Tire size: LTX225/75 R16E
  • Power brakes: Hydraulic, 4 wheel disc AntiLock
  • Estimated mile/gal: 11 miles/gal
  • Fuel tank capacity: 37 gal
  • Power outlet on dash: 12 volt
  • 115 AMP Alternator
  • Tinted Glass, Tilt Steering
  • Dual Air Bags
  • Power Steering / Interval Wipers
  • Sealed Beam Halogen Headlight
  • Heavy duty front springs, front and rear stabilizer bars
  • Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers
  • Xtra Heavy Duty Twin I-Beam Front Axle
  • Dual Bucket w/ Jump Seat

Fuel

  • Engine: 6.8 L V-10 / Gas engine
  • Transmission: 5 speed overdrive
  • Differential: Heavy Duty Dana 4.56 Gear Ratio
  • Auxiliary Transmission Oil Cooler
  • 50 State Emissions
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2013 Dodge Grand Caravan $7995

The Dodge Grand Caravan is indisputably America's favorite minivan. Dodge sold 141,648 Grand Caravans in 2012, representing a 28 percent increase over 2011. Add in 111,744 sales for the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country, the Grand Caravan's mechanically similar but decidedly up-market cousin, and the resulting quarter-million minivans account for nearly half the entire U.S. minivan market. The Chrysler Group minivans have left Nissan, Toyota, Honda and some other bit players scrambling for the half that's left over, perhaps appropriate given Chrysler popularized the minivan.

In 2013, Dodge, $7995, Grand Caravan

2006 Saab 9-5 Sedan $4995

For nearly 50 years, Saab has offered savvy buyers a unique alternative to the mainstream European sedan. Turbocharging, front-wheel drive and cutting-edge safety technology have made Saabs popular with those living in northern climes, whether in Sweden or the United States. A distinctive design heritage and idiosyncratic details, mounting the ignition on the center console among them, endear Saabs to people all over the world.

Saab's first larger sedan, the quirky 9000, debuted in 1985 and quickly built a cult following. When the 9000 evolved into the 9-5 for model year 2000, Saab made its largest car even more powerful and, as some Saab-philes believe, more mainstream. Since then, the 9-5 has been steadily refined.

Saab updated the 9-5 with a new front and rear sheetmetal and a revised instrument panel for the 2006 model year. For 2006, Saab has added a sporty 2.3T Aero model to replace the previous Sport package.

The Saab 9-5 (pronounced “nine-five”) is available as a sedan or wagon called the SportCombi. Each is offered in 2.3T or sporty 2.3T Aero trim levels.

The Saab 9-5 is among the less-expensive cars in the near-luxury class. All 9-5s are comfortable and sporty, and the wagons are excellent alternatives to gas-guzzling SUVs. As always, any 9-5 is a good choice for drivers who don't want a cookie-cutter car.

In Buy Local, Saab, Sedan, $4995, 2006, 9-5