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2005 Ford Econoline Wagon trims

2005 Econoline Wagon

MPG City
15
MPG Hwy
19

A large van with seating for up to 15 passengers, the 2005 Ford Econoline Wagon is available in 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, and full-ton body styles.

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2005 Ford Excursion trims

2005 Excursion

MPG City
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MPG Hwy
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The 2005 Ford Excursion is a large SUV that is available with optional seating for up to nine passengers and has an engine lineup ranging from a 5.4L V8 to a 6.8L V10.

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2005 Ford Super Duty F-250 trims

2005 Super Duty F-250

MPG City
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MPG Hwy
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A large pickup truck, the 2005 Ford Super Duty F-250 is offered in a wide range of trims and comes standard with a 5.4L Triton V8.

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2005 Ford Super Duty F-350 DRW trims

2005 Super Duty F-350 DRW

MPG City
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MPG Hwy
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The most heavy-duty truck in the Ford lineup, the 2005 Ford Super Duty F-350 DRW is a large pickup truck with a dual-rear wheel setup that allows it tow massive loads.

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2005 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW trims

2005 Super Duty F-350 SRW

MPG City
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MPG Hwy
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The 2005 Ford Super Duty F-350 SRW is a tough, large pickup truck with a single rear wheel setup.

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Ford has undertaken an ambitious plan to reshape their model line-up for 2005. A source of pride among Ford fans, the Mustang emerges in 2005 heavily borrowing from the appearance of the initial pony car first sold in 1964. Replacing the Taurus wagon, Ford the new Five Hundred sedan positioned as a replacement to both the Taurus as well as the rear-wheel drive Crown Victoria. A highly practical crossover vehicle-like Freestyle is offered as a companion to the Five Hundred's platform. Ford has resurrected the image of their Ferrari-fighting GT40 in the form of a high-performance road car. Sporting a retro appearance couple with modern engineering, the limited production Ford GT supercar is powered by a 5.4-liter V-8 engine. Besides performance engineering, Ford has also undertaken forward-thinking measures in improving fuel efficiency. A fuel economical continuously variable transmission is equipped on the Five Hundred and Freestyle. Recorded as the first gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle to be sold by a major American automaker, the 2005 Escape Hybrid can travel up to 36 miles on a gallon of fuel in city driving. Other changes to the Ford line-up in 2005 consist of an extensive facelift to the Focus and electronic stability control added standard to the 2005 Explorer.