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    Default Ford Territory (7 seater)

    Do you drive one of these and what do you think?

    They really tick my boxes but I'm a bit scared of past reviews of mechanical issues.

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    Love ours.
    We bought it second hand, but in great condition with low KMs.

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    My parents and in-laws have one. They've not had any mechanical issues and have had them for 7 years. We recently borrowed one of them and were amazed how many seats there are in it!

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    We are currently driving a seven seater diesel territory and love love love it. No issues at all. Our previous two cars have been territories as well. Lovely to drive and heaps of space. Able to handle driving over potholes, driveways and gutters.

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    I've got one, I love it! So roomy. Mine is a 2012 model Titanium and I've not had any mechanical issues at all

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    I had one. Had constant problems. Very expensive, not just mechanical but things like automatic windows repeatedly breaking . The car would shake when driving if course not when ford was looking at it. Nothing came under warranry. I sold it & havent looked back. There are so many other better cars out there.


 

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