Ford E-Series Wagon Model Overview

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Ford E-Series Wagon Questions

I Have A E350 Super Duty Diesel 2004 6.0 When Is Very Cold In The Dash Boar...

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Is My Van A 1/2 Ton Or 3/4 Ton?

i have a 77 Ford Chateau Club Wagon. i was trying to figure out if its 1/2 tonor 3/4 ton/ i looked inside the door for the E150 or E250. but it says E123? i want to know how much i can tow with it.

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Why Does Van Shut Off While Driving?

I have a 2002 Ford E350 Super Duty XL ext. that shuts off while driving. The electrical system (gauges & ignition) shuts off while driving yet it will start back up immediately and run fine in park ...

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Air Conditioner E250 Ford Passenger Van Not Cooling Efficiently

replace blower motor and evaporation coil. What else could be the problem?

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Where is the solenoid located on the 2007 Ford E-350 van

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Ford E-Series Wagon Overview

The new E-Series Wagon is a passenger version of the the full-size Econoline cargo van. The 2008 model year brings the first updates to the E-Series in quite some time, including aggressive new styling and an upgraded chassis. The new chassis improves handling and braking as well as load-carrying capability. The extended versions of the E-Series offer a 15-passenger capacity and improved rear seating. The redesign has placed the E-Series in closer competition with rivals like the GMC Express and Savana and the Dodge Sprinter.

The new E-Series has been lauded for its improved road manners, impressive payload, durability, and numerous power plant options. However, the van loses ground to competitors when buyers factor in considerations like legroom, standard features, and interior flexibility.

The E-Series Wagon is available in six trim levels, differentiated by engine, seating capacity, and features. The wagon differs from the cargo van by adding some additional feature-specific trim designations. The base XL package includes 16-inch steel wheels, Class I towing preparation, vinyl seating, front air conditioning, and an AM/FM radio. The more upscale XLT adds rear air conditioning, cruise control, powered accessories, halogen headlights, chrome bumpers, cloth seating, and a six-speaker CD audio system

The entry-level E-150 is powered by a 4.6-liter V8, which makes 225 horsepower and 286 pound-feet of torque. All other E-Series Wagons come equipped with a 5.4-liter V8 rated at 255 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. This engine is also optional on the E-150, and both of these V8s are mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The E-350 Super Duty is available with Ford's new 6.0-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel V8, which makes 235 hp and 440 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The E-350 Super Duty with the diesel V8 can tow up to 10,000 pounds.

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