2011 Ford Econoline Wagon Values

Select a 2011 Ford Econoline Wagon trim level

2011 model year changes

For 2011, the Ford E-Series van celebrates its 50th year of production with a special fully loaded edition that comes with distinctive blue metallic paint and unique embroidery on the seats.

Competitive comparison

Towing and hauling ability; sturdy truck underpinnings; wide range of interior configurations; advanced fleet and tool management technology

Special features for 2011

Ford's full-size E-Series vehicles have long been the top-selling vans in the U.S.. Introduced in 1961, Ford has used the last 50 years to refine their full-size van to perfect it for the contractors and airport shuttles, with whom it is popular. Mileage will vary depending on the trim and how it is customized. All E-Series are capable of E85 flex fuel. MSRP starts at $27,970. When properly configured, the van can hold up to fifteen adults.

Econoline E150 Wag-V8

Club Wagon XL
Club Wagon XLT
50 years in existence, the 2011 Ford E-Series Wagon continues as either a regular length E-150 and an extended length E-350 model. Both 2011 E-Series models are available in XL and XLT trim levels. Standard on all 2011 E-Series Wagons is three 12-volt power points, air conditioning and anti-lock brakes with electronic stability control. Back-up Camera, rear privacy glass and Ford SYNC is optional equipment for the 2011 Ford E-Series Wagon. New for 2011 is an available navigation system featuring a 6.5 inch touchscreen and HD Radio. A Ford E-150 XLT Premium package edition is also available in 2011 adding standard Ford SYNC, keyless entry, outer running boards as well as special 50th anniversary badging on headrests and front floormats. All E-150 models feature 8-passenger seating while extended body E-350 Wagons offer up to 15-passenger accommodations. Three power plant choices are available with the 2011 Ford E-Series Wagon starting with a set 4.6 and 5.4 liter Triton V-8 on the E-150. On the Ford E-350 line, a 6.8 liter V-10 engine is optional.