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2007 Ford E450 Box Truck $12,000



  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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
In Ford, 2007, Box Truck

2008 Dodge Grand Caravan $3995

The 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan is all new. It's a necessary redesign for Dodge, to remain the leader of the minivan pack. And it's a good one, with many improvements, including a new optional 250-horsepower V6 and six-speed transaxle (a minivan first), with fuel economy of just one less mile per gallon than the standard 175-hp V6 with a four-speed.

In Dodge, Grand Caravan, $3995, 2008

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

SOLD-2016 Honda Civic $13,995


The all-new 2016 Honda Civic represents a comeback, having been driven into the ditch of dullness previously, with cheap interiors, boring design, and sappy performance. The new Civic is larger, nicer, more sophisticated. The Touring model feels like a premium car disguised as an economy car.

In Honda, civic, 2016

SOLD-2006 Ford Escape AWD $4995

 Ford Escape is solid choice among compact sport utilities for on-road use. It has a roomy interior, comfortable and convenient with useful cargo capacity. The four-cylinder engine delivers plenty of power for most needs, even with the four-speed automatic. The available V6 engine delivers strong power. A four-wheel independent suspension and unit-body construction make it ride and handle almost as well as a car. It isn't designed for rugged terrain, though it's fine for gravel roads.

In $4995, AWD, V6, Ford, Escape, 2006

SOLD-2007 Saab 9-3 Sport Sedan $3,495

The Saab 9-3 offers a powerful turbocharged V6 and a choice of three different body styles, a four-door sedan, a convertible and a wagon. Whichever body style, the 9-3 delivers a sporty driving experience. These cars handle well, making for enjoyable driving when the road gets twisty.

The 2.8-liter turbocharged V6 makes for compelling motivation, while the standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder has benefited from a recent power increase. For 2007, the turbocharged four-cylinder gets the same six-speed manual gearbox as the potent V6.

Underway, the 9-3 is smooth and quiet. We prefer the automatic, which has a semi-manual feature, over the rubbery six-speed manual. Torque steer is no longer part of the experience.

Inside, the 9-3 offers firm, comfortable front seats with a cabin trimmed in high quality materials. We prefer the standard seats. The ignition switch is located on the center console, which is either awkward or wonderful. The SportCombi wagon boasts big cargo space.

For 2007, the instrument panel has been redesigned, climate and infotainment controls have been simplified and interior trim has been revised. OnStar is available as an option; and XM Satellite Radio is now standard on Aeros, and included in the Premium Audio upgrade for base models.

Saab's unique and rebellious approach to design and engineering adds to the charm of the 9-3 and makes it an interesting alternative to the popular BMW 3 Series, Audi A4, Volvo S60/V50, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class.

In Buying A Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, Buy Local, Saab, Sedan, 9-3, 2006, $3495