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2012 Ford E-250 Cargo Van

2012 Ford E-250 Review

(2 Stars) 

Reviewed by Automobile Magazine on

The original minivans may have been based from the cargo van at one time, but things certainly change. Those grocery getters don’t come anywhere close to resembling models like the 2012 Ford E-250. Unlike those useful smaller versions, this van is meant for hauling, towing, and working like a horse. The E-250 is so much unattractive as its bare bones. This model is clearly intended to be easy to clean and maintain, while meeting the needs of commercial businesses or trades people. There are some features available to give this van a boost in terms of comfort, but it will still keep its utilitarian nature. Those looking for reliability, tons of cargo space, and sufficient power to move this monster around are sure to find what they are looking for with the 2012 Ford E-250.

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2012 E-250 Base Cargo Van Vehicle Overview

  Performance Review  
Engine: 4.6L V 8 OHC
E85 / unleaded fuel
Fuel economy: Gasoline 9 MPG city, 12 MPG highway, 10 MPG combined and 330 mi. range
Multi-point fuel injection
33.0gallon fuel tank
Power (SAE): 225 hp @ 4,800 rpm; 286 ft lb of torque @ 3,500 rpm
Secondary fuel economy:

'12 Ford Cargo Van Standard Equipment

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