Limited 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2006 Ford Five Hundred

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EngineEngine 3.0LV-6
MPGMPG 19 City / 26 Hwy
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2006 Five Hundred Overview

Introduced as an all-new nameplate for 2005, the Ford Five Hundred is the company's interpretation of the modern American sedan.Big and roomy inside, the Five Hundred features a tall roof that offers lots of headroom.The driver sits relatively high, gaining a commanding view of the road.The back seats are comfortable and quite roomy.And they fold down to increase cargo capacity.

Volvo assisted with engineering a body structure that benefits from the latest in safety technology.Ford acquired the Swedish automaker famous for its passenger-protecting innovations in 1999 and, when it came time to develop the Five Hundred, employed Volvo's best structural and safety engineers to work on the project.

The Ford Five Hundred is available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the latter giving it more stable handling and better traction, particularly in inclement weather.

The V6 engine that comes on all models delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy.On front-wheel-drive models, the V6 is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, which offers more responsive performance and better efficiency than a traditional four-speed automatic.All-wheel-drive models come with a continuously variable transmission, a design noted for its responsiveness and efficiency.
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2006 Five Hundred Overview

Introduced as an all-new nameplate for 2005, the Ford Five Hundred is the company's interpretation of the modern American sedan.Big and roomy inside, the Five Hundred features a tall roof that offers lots of headroom.The driver sits relatively high, gaining a commanding view of the road.The back seats are comfortable and quite roomy.And they fold down to increase cargo capacity.

Volvo assisted with engineering a body structure that benefits from the latest in safety technology.Ford acquired the Swedish automaker famous for its passenger-protecting innovations in 1999 and, when it came time to develop the Five Hundred, employed Volvo's best structural and safety engineers to work on the project.

The Ford Five Hundred is available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, the latter giving it more stable handling and better traction, particularly in inclement weather.

The V6 engine that comes on all models delivers responsive performance and good fuel economy.On front-wheel-drive models, the V6 is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, which offers more responsive performance and better efficiency than a traditional four-speed automatic.All-wheel-drive models come with a continuously variable transmission, a design noted for its responsiveness and efficiency.Hide Full Review