I actually own a E-250 van which they dont include here when choosing your model. The ride and comfort are second to none although the front passenger side has very little leg room. The front end on this van is awful and my mech has told me this is because of the frame that Ford refuses to change and has been the same since the stone age. I bought this as a new van with only 5 miles on it at purchase and have spent easily 5k on the front end, Ball joints, shimmers, tie rods and have gone through numerous tires because of the front ends problem. Most of my problems have been with the conversion company which is named Explorer. I have had a leak in the seal of the roof. Numerous sm, prob w/con
The ride, both as a driver and passenger. The kids love the views and I also have the tv/vcr combo and the video game hookups. Very comfortable and easy to handle. At first my wife hated driving this van butnow she lves it. All of the luxuries are included and you know it when you sit in it.
Please do something about the front ends of these vans. I know some ford van owners who will not buy ford again because of this and I am one who is thinking this as well. The engine otherwise is great w/the one exception of the cylinder coil which gives probs after alot of rain. Unsure if I buyagain
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