2007 Ford Freestyle Values

Select a 2007 Ford Freestyle trim level

2007 model year changes

Ford has simplified the Freestyle lineup for 2007, eliminating the base SE trim. Heated front seats are now available as an option on the Freestyle SEL and standard on the Limited. Navigation can be ordered on the SEL, and satellite radio can be added to all Freestyles. Both side and head curtain air bags for 2007, making it one of the safest picks in its segment.

Competitive comparison

Great people packaging; comfortable ride; plenty of safety equipment; excellent cargo capacity.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Ford Freestyle is a good choice for those looking for value in family transportation. Front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models are available, and the Freestyle scores well in government crash test. For enhanced safety, the Freestyle and now comes standard with both head curtain and side air bags. This mid-size SUV is well suited to transporting up to seven family members, or for loading up to 86 cubic feet of cargo when the middle and rear seat rows are folded. While many SUVs offer a third row of seating that is suitable only for children, the Freestyle's back row offers plenty of room for two adults.
A carry-over from 2006, the Freestyle is a four-door, up to seven passenger mid-size crossover SUV. There are two trim levels, SEL or Limited, all with front-wheel-drive or the optional all-wheel-drive linked to a variable speed automatic transmission and a 3.0Liter V6 that produces 203HP.