THE EX­PERTS SAY

Herald Sun - Motoring - - USED CAR -

In the first up­grade for the Ter­ri­tory, Ford re­placed the four-speed six-speed auto in AWD mod­els with a six-speeder and in­tro­duced two turbo mod­els. Used ex­am­ples of the Ter­ri­tory Turbo and Turbo Ghia are still highly prized, though the turbo ac­counted for just 5 per cent of Ter­ri­tory sales when new. Check for pre­ma­turely worn bushes in the front and rear sus­pen­sion of AWD ver­sions. Don’t ex­pect great per­for­mance from four­speed RWD ver­sions. There were re­calls to rem­edy is­sues with the brake hose, fuel pipe re­turn and out­put shaft speed sen­sor. For a base TX RWD of 2007 ($37,990 new), pay about $7250 for a ve­hi­cle in good con­di­tion with about 150,000km. For the flag­ship Turbo Ghia of the same year ($65,490 new), pay about $12,750. For 2011 ver­sions with 90,000km, pay about $10,850 for a TX RWD ($39,890 new) and about $19,000 for a Turbo Ghia ($66,820 new).

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