Used 2003 Ford Wagon Values

Select a used 2003 Ford Wagon model

(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
A full-size van with plenty of passenger room, the 2003 Ford Econoline Wagon can seat up to 15 people in the heavy-duty E-350 trim.
A best selling mid-size SUV, the 2003 Ford Explorer is in the 2nd year of a redesign and continues to be a class-leader in style and safety features.
The two-door version of the popular mid-size SUV, the 2003 Ford Explorer Sport seats up to five passengers and is available with 2WD or 4WD.
A fuel-efficient compact car, the five-passenger 2003 Ford Focus is available as a sedan, a three-door hatchback, or a five-door wagon and it has a fuel-economy rating of 32 mpg on the highway.
The 2003 Ford Taurus is a mid-size car with seating for up to six passengers and it is available as a sedan or a wagon for more rear cargo room.
The 2003 Ford Windstar Wagon is a minivan with seating for up to seven passengers, and it is in its final year to make room for the new Freestar next year.

Marking their 100th anniversary of vehicle production in 2003, Ford is commemorating the milestone with much fanfare. Explorer, Focus, F-Series Super Duty, Mustang and Taurus models will be available in a special 100th anniversary edition configuration offered with a black exterior and a two-tone color interior trim. Receiving its first complete redesign since introduction in 1997, the Ford Expedition emphasizes improved handling and interior comfort. Gains for the 2003 Expedition include a fully-independent suspension and a fold-down third row bench seat. Extensive suspension re-engineering for the 2003 Ford Crown Victoria refines the ride and handling of the large sedan. Following fanfare for the 2002 release of the SVT Focus, the factory tuner-trimmed vehicle is expanded to include the five-door hatchback for 2003.