2001 Ford Econoline Wagon 3 Dr E-150 XLT Passenger VanReview
Feels Like Driving A Big Wheel — I had an 8 passenger E-150. The seats were way too close together. It was okay for kids, but rather cramped for adults. I loved all the cargo space, but it really wasn't worth it considering I was spending $100+ on gas per week. I could fit a double stroller and a triple stroller in the back without folding them.
Pros: Seating for 8, lots of cargo space
Cons: Horrible handling, averaged 9 miles per gallon with V6 engine
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