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Reviewers said the E-Series (formerly known as the Econoline) is “an ideal workhorse” thanks to its wide variety of body and interior configurations, class-leading tow capacity, and its recent interior redesign, which follows the layout of the popular Super Duty pickup trucks. Commercial buyers will appreciate Ford’s Work Solutions computer system, an in-dash computer that can aid in tool and fleet tracking. The E-Series celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2011, though its most recent iteration has been around nearly 20 years. Its exterior was freshened three years ago, its interior redesigned the following year, and there are no changes for the 2011 Ford E-Series.
The 2011 Ford E-Series fullsize vans are available as Passenger Wagon and Van variants. The Passenger Wagons come in E-150 (half-ton) and E-350 (one-ton) models. The E-150s ride on standard-length bodies and can seat up to eight, while the E-350s are available in standard or extended-length versions and can seat as many as 15. Van models are all two-seaters (though a Crew Van package increases seating capacity to five), and are available in E-150, E-250 (three-quarter-ton) and E-350 weight classes; each can be ordered as standard or extended-length models. Powertrain choices for all E-Series vans include a 4.6-liter V8 backed by a four-speed automatic transmission, a 5.4-liter V8 mated to either a four- or five-speed automatic, and a 6.8-liter V10/five-speed auto combo. All E-Series vans can be equipped to tow up to 10,000 pounds.
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