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2003 Galaxy reviews

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2003 Ford Galaxy reviews

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Clare Maynard, West Sussex

Ford Galaxy GALAXY DIESEL ESTATE 2000 - 2006

2 star review

Have owned this car for 6 weeks and have taken it back to the garage twice already one for a terrible grinding noise when turning which sounds like metal rubbing against each other and the second time because my spare wheel fell from the bottom of the car whilst driving!! Luckily no one was hurt not impressed so far and even though it is still under warranty the garage has said its down to "wear and tear"! Has anyone else experienced problems like this?

Submitted: 2014-06-04 | ID: 96902

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Mark Bloxham, Hertfordshire

Ford Galaxy 2003

2 star review

I no longer own this car thank god, but I thought I would write a review to warn you all! I bought the top range Galaxy knowing it would be thirsty but assured it would be a smooth, fast cruiser, it was none of these (except the thirsty bit). Okay, it was fairly fast but not what you would expect from 200+ bhp. The handling was poor, the engine lumpy, the auto-box was jerky, the air conditioning kept failing, the doors started rusting at 2 years old...Need I go on? Don’t assume I hate this breed of car, I had a SEAT Alhambra before this which was great. I may of course have had a lemon one-off but I couldn’t wait to get rid (I couldn’t even trade it in at most places, they wouldn’t have a v6 Galaxy at any price!)

Submitted: 2011-10-11 | ID: 40090

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Ron Biggin, Cumberland

Ford Galaxy 2003

4 star review

I own a 2003 53 plate galaxy 1.9tdi. I’ve now had it six years; a brilliant car, the only fault was that in the front passenger foot well was all wet. It was the pipe joint to the rear washer separated - I pushed it back together and put insulating tape around it… problem solved. I would buy another.

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Disconnect your battery leads and leave for an hour when you reconnect, it should reset worked on mine - Paul Hughes from England

Submitted: 2010-04-15 | ID: 40080

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