If you were wondering about the collectability of a Ford Excursion, wonder no more. Someone just spent $100,000 on one, which was in mint condition, and had only 16,000 miles.. The full-size diesel SUV sold online at Bring A Trailer. The listing offers over 300 high quality pictures and videos of the Ford SUV.
Just for reference, the original sticker price for the Ford Excursion in 2003 sat at just over $46,000. With the auction selling price right at $100,000 the Excursion saw almost a $55,000 rise in price for the almost 20-year old SUV. Talk about paying a premium for an SUV. The 2003 Metallic black Ford Excursion Limited features a beige interior, and under the hood is the 7.3 Power stroke Turbo Diesel V8. The engine produces 250 horsepower and 505 lb-ft of torque. The Ford SUV inside and out is immaculate, and was very well maintained overall.
Some of the key features this 18-year-old Power Stroke Diesel SUV has to offer include chrome side steps that compliment the sixteen-inch chrome wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A rubber. Also featured are a roof rack, parking sensor in the rear, tinted windows, automatic climate control, and heated front seats not to mention an integrated six-disc CD changer in the dash and a rear entertainment system consisting of a drop down screen and DVD player. The Excursion also features dual swing out tailgates.
The Carfax report of the SUV shows it was originally registered in the state of Georgia but then transferred to California to sell. The Carfax also shows there are 5 service records for the 1-owner vehicle as well as a total of exactly 16,070 miles. For the price of this Ford Excursion you could have bought yourself a topped-out Ford F-150 Raptor with money to spare on accessories and tires, or even a loaded up Ford Shelby Mustang GT500.