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2013 Ford E-150

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2013 Ford E-150 Review

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Vehicle Overview

The 2013 Ford E-Series full-size van is spacious and dependable, and although it may be on its way out the door, it is one of the first choices for customers seeking either a passenger or cargo van. With optional door and seating options, the Ford E-Series can handle most tasks thrown its way. It is powered by a 4.6-liter V-8 engine, delivering 335 horsepower and an EPA-estimated 13/17 mpg city/highway.

The Ford E-Series is offered in eleven different models, the Commercial E-150 and E-150 Extended, Recreational E-150, Commercial E-250 and E-250 Extended, Recreational E-250 and E-250 Extended, Commercial E-350 and E-350 Extended, and Recreational E-350 and E-350 Extended. Inside the E-Series, comfort takes a back seat to function. The cabin features vinyl flooring and upholstery, has an optional second-row bench and front captain's chairs, available insulation package, or side and rear window glass. Controls are easy to use and there is plenty of interior space to meet almost all needs.

Standard features for the 2013 Ford E-Series include a limited-slip differential, 16-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, tilt-only steering wheel, manual telescoping mirrors, and a two-speaker audio system. Optional features include a chrome exterior trim, alloy wheels, sliding side doors, rear parking sensors, upgraded towing packages, cloth upholstery, cruise control, keyless entry, navigation, Ford Sync, rearview camera, and satellite radio.

New for 2013

The 2013 Ford E-Series sees virtually no changes for the 2013 model year as it is set to be replaced by the Transit design that was released January 2013.

You'll Like:

  • Decent engines
  • Many customizing options

You Won't Like:

  • No diesel option
  • Ancient

Key Competitors:

  • Chevrolet Express
  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
  • Nissan NV

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