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ALG Forecasts Ford Five Hundred and Freestyle Will Retain 48 Percent of Residual Value in 3 Years

October 07, 2004

Ford Motor Co.'s all-new Five Hundred sedan and Freestyle crossover vehicles are projected to have an estimated resale value that is among the highest of any Ford car in recent memory, according to the Detroit News newspaper. After three years, Automotive Lease Guide estimates the Five Hundred will retain 48 percent of its value; while an all-wheel drive Freestyle - which blends SUV and minivan attributes - will retain 50 percent.
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