2007 Ford E-350 and Econoline 350 Van
Benefits of Driving a 2007 Ford E-350 and Econoline 350 Van
Ford's traditional full-size Econoline vans have long been overlooked in favor of minivans and large SUVs, but the line still stands as one of the best options for those who have to regularly tow or haul heavy loads, and it boasts a variety of interior configurations. Plus, the Super Duty E-350 may cost less than many full-size SUVs with similar towing capability.
What's new for 2007?
The full-size Ford Econoline vans get a number of minor equipment upgrades for 2007. An oil cooler is now standard on all models, and E-150 models get a larger rear stabilizer bar and larger-diameter aluminum driveshaft to increase load capacity.
- Towing and hauling ability
- sturdy truck underpinnings
- wide range of interior configurations.
Ford's E-Series full-size van models, otherwise referred to with the name Econoline, can be equipped in a wide range of configurations for both cargo and passenger duty for 2007. Passenger versions come in two primary models--the standard-duty E-150, and the Super Duty E-350, which offers increased towing and hauling ability. The E-150 comes in a single length, while the E-350 comes in standard and extended versions. The extended version is about 20 inches longer.