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Ford E-Series Van Updated for 2007

December 18, 2006

DEARBORN, MI – Ford’s E-Series vehicles have been updated for the 2007-model year. Ford is expanding roll stability control (RSC) to its regular-length E-350 Wagon models with the 5.4L engine, offering RSC on about 85 percent of the company’s passenger wagons. In addition, the reverse sensing system is now available with rear step or contour bumpers on E-Series Wagon and Vans. When properly equipped, the E-150 Van can tow up to 7,500 lbs., the E-150 Wagon up to 7,100 lbs., and the E-350 Super Duty and Super Duty Extended Wagon up to 10,000 lbs. each. An available Class II/III/IV Trailer Tow Package includes an electric brake controller with tap-in capability, a seven-pin trailer wiring harness with bumper bracket, and a relay system for backup and running lights. Additional updates for 2007 include electronic throttle control and engine oil cooler now offered as standard on all E-Series models, larger rear anti-roll bar, and increased driveshaft capacity on E-150 models to more than an 8,500 gross vehicle weight rating and new optional 135-amp alternator for 5.4L V-8 and 6.8L V-10 applications. E-250 Cutaway with 4.6L V-8, electronically controlled 4R75E transmission, and midship fuel tank has been added to the E-Series lineup. A power equipment group is now available on all Cutaway models. Storage and cargo features include the EconoCargo System to help protect cargo. This system is insulated, so the interior retains heat and cold more efficiently. The Masterack Work-Bin System includes fully installed steel shelving, drawers, and cabinets, and a full-width security partition provides lockable access to the unit from the passenger compartment. QuietFlex Racks and Bins System provide quiet and flexible storage. EconoCargo, Masterack, and QuietFlex systems are available at no extra charge.
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