Largely unchanged for 2013, the Ford Econoline Wagon is a full-size van available in standard and extended length trim levels. The E-Series Van is available with three different engines; a standard 4.6-liter V8 engine (225 hp/286 lb-ft of torque), optional 5.4-liter V8 engine (255 hp/350 lb-ft of torque), and an optional 6.8-liter V10 engine (305 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque). Transmission options are comprised of a standard 4-speed automatic and optional TorqShift® 5-speed automatic transmission. Maximum towing capacity falls within a range of 6,000-10,000 lbs, depending on engine and transmission selection. Features include navigation, 15 passenger seating configuration, telescopic trailer tow mirrors, integrated trailer brake controller, rear view camera, reverse sensing system, satellite radio, and Ford SYNC®. Safety consists of advanced traction control (TCS), roll stability control, anti-lock braking (ABS), and tire pressure monitoring (TPMS). The Ford Econoline Wagon is backed by a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty.Read more Read less
Ahead of its replacement by the Transit in 2014, Ford's work-horse passenger van carries into 2013 with no changes.
Towing and hauling ability; sturdy truck underpinnings; wide range of interior configurations; advanced fleet and tool management technology
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. All E-Series are capable of E85 flex fuel. When properly configured, the van can hold up to fifteen adults.
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