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1995 Ford E-350 Econoline

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1995 Ford E-350 Econoline Review

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The 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline is a one-ton, full-size van part of the E-Series line, which also includes half-ton and quarter-ton passenger and cargo vans. The E 350 and other E-Series vans are based on their own platform, but they also share several components with Ford’s line of F-Series pickup trucks.

The Range

Body Styles: passenger van, cargo van
Engines:5.8-liter V-8, 4.9-liter I-6, 7.5-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, three-speed automatic
Models: Ford E 350 Econoline, Ford E 350 Super Econoline, Ford E 350 XL Econoline, Ford E 350 XL Super Econoline

What's New

The 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline underwent only some minor changes like optional 16-inch aluminum wheels for the Super XL trim levels.


The 1995 Ford E-350 comes with front and rear chrome bumpers, tinted windows, and fixed intermittent wipers. The Ford E-350 also comes with a step at the back door for entry to the rear seats.


The interior of the 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline varies depending on passenger and cargo vans. The cargo vans have only two front seats, with plenty of cargo space. The passenger van has two benches behind the front seats, with each bench offering enough legroom, headroom, and shoulder width to accommodate three adult passengers with ease. A pair of captain’s chairs replaces the bench in the middle, although this reduces the passenger capacity by one person. The extended 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline passenger van has three benches. The Econoline is quite tall, which makes entry and exit easy, but also makes the driver’s seat a little awkward and uncomfortable. Despite this, the driver does enjoy good visibility in all directions.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline has a 4.9-liter,V-6 engine that delivers 150 horsepower. The van is also available with two optional engines; a 5.8-liter, V-8 engine that delivers 210 horsepower, and a 7.5-liter V-8 engine that delivers 245 horsepower. All engines may be fitted with a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual transmission, except for the 7.5-liter engine that is only available with in automatic.

The base engine offers a decent amount of power when the load is less, but fails to deliver enough power when the E 350 is used to carry a significant load. For heavy-duty load-carrying capacity, the V-8 engines offer enough power. However, the extra power also comes at the cost of extra noise.


There is no crash test information available for the 1995 Ford E 350 Econoline.

EPA Fuel Economy

Ford E 350 Econoline, 5.8-liter V-8, automatic transmission: 12/17 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Good performance with the V-8 engines
  • Heavy hauling capacity
  • Spacious interior

You Won't Like

  • Noisy V-8 engines
  • Uncomfortable seat posture for the driver

Sum Up

Continues to be the leader in its segment.

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