2002 Ford Econoline Wagon E-150 XL 3dr Van (4.2L 6cyl 4A)
We bought this van in winter of 2004 as mainly, a people carrier as there was only a short commute back then. but this van quickly turned into a mainly all purpose car, groceries, long cross-country trips, towing, you name it. For such a giant of a car, it handles well in the (It's not a Subaru) and when we moved and the work commute turned into a hour long one to Chicago, it served very well, although the MPG it delivers convinced us to get a 2007 Toyota Prius. We have logged 111,000 miles on it but with the exception of a starting problem (can't start if the engine is too warm sometimes)we hope to get years more out of it, and has been very reliable. Save your money, I suggest! Get a Ford
"Doghouse" Cup holder. Seats. Shifting. A/C. Safety. 10 passenger hauling. Tow capacity. Reliability.
Already taken care of by the newer model. Love our van.
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