2014 Ford E-Series Wagon Review

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2014 Ford E-Series Wagon Overview

The 2014 Ford E-Series Passenger Wagon is now available on a limited basis for those who need to tote a lot of people. This elderly 8- to 15-place people-hauler is essentially unchanged from 2013 (or from a few years prior to that, for that matter), but its cargo-oriented Van sibling is now a relic, with full production discontinued after the 2013 model year. Even the Wagon seems available only on a limited basis.

In any case, look for this wooly wagon to again come in three trims: the half-ton E-150, the one-ton E-350 and the stretched-out, one-ton E-350 Ext. All are available, in a base, a midlevel XL or the marginally up-featured XLT trim level. Each is, of course, offered only with rear-wheel drive (RWD), but cargo area remains an impressive 236.5 cubic feet in the regular-length E-Series (with the rear seats removed) and a whopping 275.1 cubic feet in the Ext edition with its added 20 inches of overall length.

Alas, this dinosaur is still a beast on the road, with ponderous moves, plenty of body lean, anemic acceleration with the standard engines and few amenities offered as standard equipment.

The E-Series Wagon is available with the choice of 3 engines. Standard in the E-150 XL and XLT is a Flex Fuel (FFV) 4.6-liter V8 that mates with the antiquated 4-speed automatic transmission for 225 hp and 286 lb-ft of torque. Look for mileage estimated at a woeful 13 mpg city/16 highway.

A somewhat peppier 5.4-liter FFV V8 graces the E-350 and E-350 Ext Though this up-powered V8 throws down 255 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque, the retrograde 4-speed automatic dampens its potential, and mileage estimates remain at 11/15.

Should some seriously useful power be demanded, the E-350 trims can be delivered with an available 6.8-liter V10 powerplant and 5-speed shiftable automatic combo that puts out 305 hp and a trailer-ready 420 lb-ft of torque. Properly equipped with an available Class IV towing package, this big V10 can haul up to 10,000 pounds of trailer, but mileage is a frustrating 10/13.

Feature-wise, look for the 2014 E-Series XL to boast such Spartan adornments as 16-inch steel wheels outside, with vinyl upholstery, tilt-wheel steering, air conditioning an AM/FM stereo sporting 6 speakers and auxiliary MP3 input the interior. The XLT variations of this heavy-duty van—though not exactly luxury laden—do add standard cloth upholstery, front captain’s chairs, cruise control, rear air conditioning and heating and full power accessories, including power-adjustable outside mirrors.

Optional equipment for the latest E-Series iteration is expected to be comparatively plentiful, and to include navigation, Ford’s popular SYNC infotainment, satellite radio, upgraded exterior and interior appointments, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors and CNG/LPG engine prep for either V8. The E-Series XLT Premium Package, meanwhile, can be delivered with a number of the above extra amenities, as well as a power-adjustable driver’s seat, rear captain’s chairs (8-passenger versions only), Bluetooth hands-free calling, remote keyless entry and a dashboard-mounted electronic vehicle maintenance display.

Finally, standard safety equipment of note aboard all 2014 E-Series Wagons is expected to include 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, and a post-collision safety system, with a passive antitheft system remaining available to both trim levels.


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