Ford E-Series, Superior Engines, Expansive Interiors, and Extraordinary Towing Capacity!

Ford E-Series, aka Econoline, is a variety of full-size vans particularly designed for bigger families, businesses, and organizations. For more than three decades, Ford E-series maintained its reputation as America’s best-selling commercial van. It’s an ideal option for professionals as it brings advanced features including a vehicle fleet monitor, a tool tracker, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.

The families will also enjoy a great ride in these vans as they can easily accommodate 8-15 passengers while offering plenty of cargo space. If you have a Ford E-Series, we’ll buy it for cash today and pay top dollar.

Ford E-Series Trim Levels

Ford E-Series is available in three different trim levels

Ford E-150

  • 16-in Painted White Steel Wheels
  • Tilt-Adjustable Steering Wheel
  • Heated Side Mirrors
  • Vinyl Rear Floor Covering
  • Cloth Upholstery
  • Driver and Front Passenger’s Seat with Four-Way Manual Adjustment
  • Front Bucket Seats
  • Telescopic Power Trailer Tow Mirrors

Ford E-250

  • 16-in Aluminum Wheels
  • All-Season Tires
  • Single Zone Front Air-Conditioning
  • User-Defined Switches
  • Dual Captain’s Chairs with 3-Passenger Rear Bench Seat
  • High Capacity Front/Rear Air Conditioning
  • Driver and Front Passenger’s Seat with Four-Way Manual Adjustment
  • Black Rear Step Bumper
  • Fixed Rear Cargo Door Glass
  • Underbody Mounted Spare Tire

Ford E-350

  • 16-in 8-lug Steel Wheels with Sports Cover and Bright Accents
  • Front and Rear Chrome Bumpers
  • Chrome Grille
  • Carpeted Front Floor Mats
  • Frame Mounted Trailer Hitch Receiver
  • Onboard Device for Tracking Vehicle Location
  • Illuminated Keyless Remote Control

Engine & Performance

Ford E-Series engine & performance

Ford E-150 is a four-speed automatic transmission available in two engine options including a 4.6L V8 and a 5.4L V8 engine. It provides a fuel efficiency rating of 13mpg within the city and 16mpg on the highway.

Ford E-250 comes with a 5.8L V8 engine that provides 213-horsepower. It provides a fuel-efficiency rating of 13mpg within the city and 17mpg on the highway.

Ford E-350 is available as a 4-speed automatic and 5-speed automatic transmission. It’s available in two different engine options including a 5.4L V8 and 6.8L V10 engine. It provides a fuel efficiency rating of 11mpg within the city and 15mpg on the highway.

These engine options provide a maximum towing capacity of up to 10,000 lbs when the vehicle is properly equipped.

Ford E-Series Safety Features

Ford E-Series enables you to enjoy a comfortable and convenient ride with its range of safety features.

  • Hill Start Assist
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rearview Camera
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Post-Collision Braking
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Ford E-Series Color Options

Ford E-Series is available in a range of colors that can match your style

  • Burgundy Red Metallic
  • Brilliant Silver Metallic
  • Caribbean Green Metallic
  • Dark Blue Pearl
  • Charcoal Green Metallic
  • Dark Shadow Gray Metallic
  • Dark Copper Metallic

Infotainment & Entertainment

  • Steering Wheel-Mounted Audio Controls
  • Bluetooth Compatibility
  • USB Inputs
  • Auxiliary Inputs
  • Sirius Satellite Radio
  • Navigation with HD Satellite Radio

Awards & Recognition

Ford E-series has won several awards for its outstanding performance

  • Best Value Car in the United States Award
  • Best Vehicle for Families Award
  • Best Car for Money Award
  • Best Vehicle Brand Award

Ford E-Series Brief History

Ford E-Series History

Ford E-Series, aka Ford Club Wagon and Ford Econoline, was launched as a replacement for the Ford F-Series panel van in 1961. It was designed to facilitate the retail and commercial users with different design variations. Ford E-Series maintained its position as the best-selling full-size van in the United States from 1980 to 2014.

The Lorain Assembly in Lorain, Ohio was used as the assembly plant from 1961. The plant was later shifted to Ohio Assembly Facility at Avon Lake, Ohio in 1975.

Evolution of Ford E-Series

Ford has launched four generations of Ford E-Series since 1961.

First Generation (1961-1967)

Ford E-Series first generation

First-generation was launched as a passenger van, a cargo van, and a forward control pickup truck. The engine was placed between front seats to provide enlarged rear doors. The first generation was powered by a 144-cubic-in inline-six engine and a 170-cubic-in inline-six engine. The company also introduced a 240-cubic-in inline-six engine in 1965.

The users could choose between a 3-speed manual, a four-speed manual, and a three-speed automatic transmission.

Second Generation (1968-1974)

Ford E-Series second generation

The second generation was launched as a heavier-duty vehicle. It was launched with a conventional grille similar to the F-Series. It became popular in the recreational vehicle industry when the cab-chassis variant joined the lineup in 1972. This generation was available with a 3.9L and a 4.9L engine. The users could choose between a 3-speed manual and a 3-speed automatic transmission.

Third Generation (1975-1991)

Ford E-Series fourth generation

The third generation was launched with an all-new chassis. It was the first full-size van launched with a body-on-frame construction in the United States. 3.9L engine was dropped and the vehicle was launched with 5 different engine options 4.9L inline-six, 5.8L V8, 6.9L V8, 7.3L V8, and 7.5L V8.

Fourth Generation (1992-Present)

Ford E-Series third generation

Fourth-generation was launched with a completely new body and interior. It was available with 7 different engine options including 4.2L V6, 4.6L V8, 4.9L V8, 5.4L V8, 5.8L V8, 7.3L V8, and 7.5L V8. The users can choose between a 4-speed, 5-speed, and 6-speed automatic transmission.

Ford E-Series Sales Figures

Here’s a year-by-year overview of Ford E-Series units sold within the United States:

Year Ford E-Series Units Sold
1995 195.035
1996 176.480
1997 186,690
1998 206,026
1999 202,024
2000 187,027
2001 159,565
2002 165,085
2003 161,721
2004 171,017
2005 179,543
2006 180,457
2007 168,722
2008 124,596
2009 85,735
2010 108,258
2011 116,874
2012 122,423
2013 125,356
2014 103,263
2015 50,788
2016 54,245
2017 53,304
2018 47,936
2019 45,063
2020 37,001
2021 37,122

What’s the Cost of a Used Ford E-Series?

A used Ford E-Series may cost around $5,900-$22,400 depending on the model year, vehicle’s overall condition, and other factors.

Sell your Ford E-Series for Cash

If you want to sell your Ford E-Series at a reasonable price, we’d be more than happy to buy it from you. We’ve purchased hundreds of Ford E-Series units over the years because it’s a comfortable and convenient ride for families. So, feel free to give us a call or fill out our online form if you need a reasonable quote for your Ford E-Series.

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