The 2009 2010 2011 Ford E-250 Carries over from the previous model year, With The exceptions Being an auxiliary audio input jack is now standard equipment, while Steel Blue Metallic paint and new 16-inch cast-aluminum wheels are now options.
The E-250 is at Home with Either construction or people hauling duty. All E-250s feature by rear doors can be Held With That open at 105 degrees, or an extra-wide 178 degrees. Also standard is “double-wall construction” Which Makes the E-250’s walls thicker than other vans.
Part of the E-250’s allure eat from STI workhorse V-8 engines. Buyers Have the choice of opting for Either to 225 horsepower 4.6-liter V-8 or the 5.4-liter V-8 with 255 horsepower. Both engines are bolted to a four-speed automatic transmission.
Also offers optional features are Many Ford to be sure That handy on the job site. Optional on the E-250 is Ford’s Crew Chief System, Which Allows fleet managers to remotely monitor drivers or dispatch vehicle maintenance records and statistics. Sirius Traffic and Travel Link and SYNC Should allow drivers to Safely Communicate while on the move and navigate heavy traffic.
Body Style: Van
Engines: 4.6L V-8, 5.4L V-8
Transmissions: 4-speed automatic
Models: Ford E-250 Commercial Van, Ford E-250 Commercial Van Extended
For the 2012 Ford E-250, Ford has included an auxiliary audio input jack as standard equipment across the E-250 range. The Ford van Also Receives a new colored outer for 2011, Steel Blue Metallic. Newly optional are 16-inch cast-aluminum wheels. The E-250 Commercial Van and E-250 Commercial Van Extended Also get a new dual-battery system, auxiliary battery Replacing the old setup.
The utilitarian and boxy E-250 have not changed much in Several years. E-250 Commercial Vans With A standard eat blacked-out grille and headlamps dual-sealed beam. Both optional on Commercial Vans E-250 is a bright chrome grille cribbed from Ford’s Super Duty truck, Along With dual-sealed beam, fixed-lens headlights. The E-250 is available With A new paint option (Steel Blue Metallic) for the 2012 model year, and three 16-inch wheel options.
The interior of the Ford E-250 basic – it is to go, after all. The floors of E-250 Commercial Vans are Covered vinyl to help Prevent scratching. Commercial Vans Also Have An optional second row of seating in front of the cargo area, similar to That of a crew cab pickup truck. The interior of the E-250 can be optioned With A ladder rack, a 12-drawer cabinet, and Specially upfitted for duty in the plumbing and air conditioning repair trade. All Have An E-250s available rearview camera, navigation system, and Sirius Satellite Radio.
Performance & Handling
The E-250’s performance to 60 mph 9.0 seconds and 15.0 seconds Between Takes, Depending on the van’s engine, the 4.6-liter 225-hp 5.4-liter With The 255-hp or V-8. Both engines are hooked up an oudated four-speed automatic transmission. Handling may be rough For Those Not Used to truck-like driving, But like most commercial-oriented trucks, the E-250 drives better when to loaded.
E250 front seat passenger and driver airbags Have, side-door anti-intrusion beams, four-wheel disc brakes with abs, and Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems are all standard on the E-250. All E-250s Also eats Standard with Ford’s AdvanceTrac with RSC. AdvanceTrac with RSC combine traditional traction control, Roll Stability Control With, and a second gyroscope using an over-exuberant it Prevents the driver from going high-riding rolling over by Applying the brakes to one or more wheels, or by Reducing engine power.
EPA Fuel Economy
E-250 Commercial Van: 13 mpg city/17 mpg highway (4.6L V-8), 12 mpg city/16 mpg highway (5.4L V-8)
E-250 Commercial Van Extended: 13 mpg city/17 mpg highway (4.6L V-8), 12 mpg city/16 mpg highway (5.4L V-8)