2010 Ford Econoline Wagon Values

Select a 2010 Ford Econoline Wagon trim level

2010 model year changes

The Ford E-Series continues to focus on improving its technological capabilities to allow these vehicles to be both a work horses and a traveling office. To that extent, Ford added an E-250 trim, which adds another choice to the lineup. Ford Work Solutions is a new combinations of options designed especially for those who work out of their van. Work Solutions includes an in-dash computer, powered by Microsoft Auto, that provides full high-speed internet access and navigation, and is available with a wireless mouse and printer. Tool Link, a radio-frequency identification tracking system developed with Dewalt, enables customers to maintain a detailed real-time inventory of the tools or equipment stored in the vehicle. Crew Chief, a fleet telematics and diagnostics system, allows small fleet owners to manage their vehicles, dispatch workers to job sites and keep detailed vehicle maintenance records. A navigation system with a 6.5 inch screen and SIRIUS Travel Link for traffic, weather and traveler's information is also available.

Competitive comparison

Towing and hauling ability with sturdy truck underpinnings; wide range of interior configurations; advanced technology for managing fleet and tools

Special features for 2010

Ford's full-size E-Series vehicles have long been the top selling vans in the U.S. Since 1961, Ford has refined their full-size van to perfect it for the contractors, delivery drivers and airport shuttles with whom it is popular. Mileage will vary depending on the trim and how it is customized, yet all E-Series can are capable of E85 flex fuel. MSRP starts at $27,470. E-Series vans can also be customized for passenger use, where they can hold up to fifteen adults.

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