Taking the lead on full-size van category for more than 30 years, the Ford E-Series Wagon takes pride in continuously offering their clients with space, durability and dependability that they usually require for a full-size van. Marking its final year of production, the 2013 Ford E-Series Wagon presents a 15 – passenger van that provides not only ample passenger space but also a cargo space enough for luggage or gears with a towing capacity of 10,000 lb-ft. The Ford E-Series Wagon is offered in three basic configurations: the eight – passenger E-150, the 12 – passenger E-350 Super Duty and the 15 – passenger E-350 Super Duty Extended with each available in base XL and XLT trim.
The propelling system of the 2013 Ford E-Series is available in three choices. For the E-150 series, the wagon is equipped with 4.6 – liter V8 yielding a 225 horsepower and 286 lb-ft of torque. All E – 350 models have a 5.4 – liter V8 generating a 255 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. The engines are connected with a four-speed automatic transmission. E-350 buyers may opt to take a 6.8-liter V10 that gives out a 305 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque and a five-speed automatic transmission.
For this latest model, Ford has added the latest of technology that include Ford Work Solutions, Sync voice and navigation with HD Radio. The van’s dash is vast but easy to operate with its switch gear within the driver’s reach. Outside, Ford didn’t do much redesigning of the wagon series which up to now still project its boxy shape. Its side glasses are pretty wide with large mirrors that help drivers to see objects alongside.
All of models of the 2013 Ford E-Series Wagon are equipped with four-wheel antilock disc brakes as well as stability control. Although side airbags and parking sensors are not offered, a rearview camera is given out as an option.