2013 Ford Econoline Wagon ratings and reviews

The 2013 Ford Econoline Wagon, a part of Ford’s E-Series, includes a lineup of powerful engines, versatile cargo management systems, and a full range of safety features to keep drivers, passengers, and cargo protected. The E-Series Wagon offers seating for up to 15 passengers, a choice of three engines, and two trim levels for drivers to get the safety and convenience they need. Drivers can also choose between the 150 and 350 configurations, with 150 coming standard with a V8 engine and the 350 getting a more powerful V8. The Econoline Wagon base XL includes vinyl upholstery, a six-speaker sound system, sport wheel covers, and 16-inch steel wheels. XLT upgrades seating to cloth upholstery and adds air conditioning, a CD player, alloy wheels, running boards, keyless entry, and a power driver’s seat. An optional 6.8-liter V10 engine for 350 models is available for a boost in horsepower and torque and a tow rating of up to 10,000 pounds.

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The 2013 Ford Econoline Wagon, a part of Ford’s E-Series, includes a lineup of powerful engines, versatile cargo management systems, and a full range of safety features to keep drivers, passengers, and cargo protected. The E-Series Wagon offers seating for up to 15 passengers, a choice of three engines, and two trim levels for drivers to get the safety and convenience they need. Drivers can also choose between the 150 and 350 configurations, with 150 coming standard with a V8 engine and the 350 getting a more powerful V8. The Econoline Wagon base XL includes vinyl upholstery, a six-speaker sound system, sport wheel covers, and 16-inch steel wheels. XLT upgrades seating to cloth upholstery and adds air conditioning, a CD player, alloy wheels, running boards, keyless entry, and a power driver’s seat. An optional 6.8-liter V10 engine for 350 models is available for a boost in horsepower and torque and a tow rating of up to 10,000 pounds.
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