2009 Ford Econoline Wagon Values
Select a 2009 Ford Econoline Wagon trim level
2009 model year changes
For 2009 the Ford Econoline vamps up its technological capability with a completely re-designed instrument panel with optional integrated navigation and Sirius Travel Link. Also available for 2009 is Ford Work Solutions, which is a computer system that allows users to manage vehicle fleets, keep track of tools and stay connected from the front seat of their van. The 2009 Econoline also speaks to the ever-increasing demand for environmental friendliness by adding E85 flex fuel capability.
Towing and hauling ability with sturdy truck underpinnings; wide range of interior configurations; advanced work-truck technology
Special features for 2009
Ford's full-size Econoline vans have long been the top selling cargo-van; supplying the trades with truck-like towing and hauling ability and van adaptability with its workhorse engines and spacious, fully customizable interior.
New for the 2009 Ford Econoline Wagon are a redesigned instrument panel and standard stability control, as well as options, such as a navigation system, satellite radio and rearview camera. The 4.6L and 5.4-liter V8 engines now run on E85 ethanol, and a V10 engine is again available, this time displacing the 6.8L engine, while the 6.0L diesel V8 has been dropped. Standard on the 8-passenger E-150, the 4.6L V8 generates 225 hp and 286 lb-ft of torque. The 5.4L V8, rated at 255 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque, is optional on the E-150 and standard on the spacious 15-passenger E-350 models. Both engines are paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Upgrading to a 6.8L V10 buys you 305 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque with a mandatory 5-speed automatic. Among the many Econoline features and options are leather-trimmed quad captain's chairs, keyless entry, privacy glass, running boards, two-tone paint, upgraded aluminum wheels, sliding passenger side, different seating configurations, power driver seat, in-dash 6-CD changer and rear-seat DVD entertainment system.