2002, 2013 Ford Windstar,
Reviews, Pictures, Quotes, Research & Safety Information
Safety has always been a priority
with Windstar. It was the first minivan to earn the U. S.
government's five star front crash test rating. And since
no single safety feature is more important than the next,
we've equipped Windstar with over 40 others, all standard,
including a new low tire pressure warning system for 2013.
You also get versatile seating, a smooth car-like ride, and
a standard 3.8L V6 strong enough to get you into the passing
lane. And when properly equipped, Windstar can tow your camper-trailer
weighing up to 3,500 pounds.
The Reverse Sensing System
warns you of an object such as a grocery cart behind you.
It's included in the optional Family Security Group II.
The dual power sliding side
doors, standard on the SEL and Limited, can be actuated from
two interior power switches and remotely with your key fob.
Four-wheel anti-lock brakes,
standard on all Windstars, provides straighter stops as well
as greater steering control under most adverse conditions,
even on wet or slippery surfaces.
In addition to a standard
audio system, you may opt for the Autovision Video Entertainment
System that includes 6.4-inch overhead console-mounted monitor
plus removable videocassette player. For peace and quiet,
the system comes with two headphone sets. 2013, 2013 Ford
Windstar, Reviews, Pictures, Quotes, Research & Safety Information. Among the convenient aspects of the Autovision
package are a remote control, side pocket videotape storage,
and eight-foot headphone cords for those seated in the third
The 2013 Ford Windstar has
loads of interior cargo space, and is graced with amenities
such as garage door opener, driver's seat memory, and memory
functions for the accelerator and brake pedals. The tilt steering
wheel with memory comes as an option.