2002 Ford E-150 User Reviews

2002 Ford E-150 Review Ratings

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NOTAGAIN writes:
2002 Ford E-150 XLT Passenger Van Review
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4

Pros

Heated Power Capitan's Chair by Flexsteel for Driver. And Heated Capitan's Chair by Flexsteel are fantastically comfortable, even for someone with a real badly injured back. The Power Reclining Bed in the rear is a great place to lie down if the trip gets to be too much. TV, Stereos, DVD Player, Power Cooler/Heater Cup Holder are all nice too.

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Passenger Seat is not Powered, RF Converter for Stereo TV etc. to play over speakers is a cheap route to go. Very bad blind spot big enough to lose a full size vehicle even with slightly oversized mirror. Fender Flare and Step-side being all one piece of fiberglass is a bad idea, one crack and the fix is a freight shipped part that runs $3000+

NOTAGAIN
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Couldn't Do Without It! — Overall I have to state this is a very good riding vehicle with an impressive conversion done by Regency. Seats are very comfortable and the wood trim interior is beautiful. The interior lighting once you figure out the combination of switches that must be turned on is a wonderful touch. Large windows, shades for the large windows are fantastic. Better gas mileage w/5.4L (14 mpg) than my previous 1995 E150 Conversion 5.4L (10 mph) and the bench seat in the rear converts to a fairly comfortable bed with a push of a button. All combine to make a very solid, nice, good looking ride.

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Siemantech writes:
2002 Ford E-150 Cargo Van Review
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It's been a fairly reliable workhorse

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Like all Ford vans it's a gas pig

Siemantech
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Review — This van has been a fairly reliable work vehicle. I am a cabling contractor and we traded in our Chevy Astro's for 2 of these units in 2002. We purchased the 3 year extended bumper to bumper warranty with these vehicles. The paint on the bumpers on both Vans began to peel shortly after we bought them and within a year or 2 of purchase it was almost completely gone... FYI; the bumpers are not covered under the bumper to bumper warranty. I had to replace the fuel pump about 3 months ago and the usual brakes and so forth but other than that I've got around 110,000 thousand miles on mine and it's been pretty reliable.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

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1985 Ford E-150 Reviews

This Car Is To Hve Fun By ├×orsteinn

fun car to travel around the country and sleep in the car. Translation it is high, and you go on most roads, whether it is winter, autumn or summer. it can stop anywhere and get eating or napping. s... Read More

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1987 Ford E-150 Reviews

Almost A Classic By Mercjerry

This Ford, a 1987 E-150 Cargo Van with a customized conversion by an unknown company never made it into the magazine I worked for 15 years ago; the publisher was short of cash and shelved it before it... Read More

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1990 Ford E-150 Reviews

Van House By lovingfather5

over all a very good vehical. i use it manly for work but haul me family around in it to. lots of room, i can haul a pontoon boat without trouble and a 18ft cannoo on the top easaly. l love this van. Read More

Greast Van Ever Built By Justin

Rusts easy, great gas mileage, electrical nightmare, easy to drift or get on two wheels, fun as hell to drive, and very smooth and comfy ride for those lon g road trips. cant go wrong with big ass ri... Read More

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1991 Ford E-150 Reviews

The Age Of Conversion Vans Is Not Over By BlackIrish1

A solid vehicle for camping,as a work van, towing, or for long trips; and possibly some light off-roading. If you want yo feel like a turtle with your home on your back a conversion van is the way to ... Read More

The Uglist Piece Of Crap Ever To Grace This Earth By Dan

Ah the Ford hightop van. My vehicle of choice for the first 6 months of my driving career. The picture isnt the actual vehicle, its as close as i could find. Mine had the hardtop roof extension on it,... Read More

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1992 Ford E-150 Reviews

Big, Safe, Carryall Kind Of Vehicle! By Michael

I woned this van for m1996 until I donated it to a Christian organization in 2008. It was still running. New transmission at 80,000 miles, new engine at 180,000 miles, donated it with 260,000 miles ... Read More

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