2000 Ford E-350
240,398 Miles
$3,390

Avenel, NJ
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1997 Ford E-350
150,000 Miles
$7,950

Malden, MA
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2003 Ford E-350
151,833 Miles
$8,353

Barberton, OH
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2013 Ford E-350
54,610 Miles
$19,995

Palo Alto, CA
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2006 Ford E-350
100,043 Miles
$10,548

Monroe, NY
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1999 Ford E-350
129,648 Miles
$5,995

Osseo, WI
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1998 Ford E-350
93,452 Miles
$5,995

Maquoketa, IA
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1996 Ford E-350
65,351 Miles
$10,950

Waco, TX
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1999 Ford E-350
29,004 Miles
$8,950

West Burlington, IA
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1992 Ford E-350
54,195 Miles
$5,000

New Ulm, MN
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2000 Ford E-350
142,786 Miles
$4,900

Osseo, WI
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2012 Ford E-350
117,000 Miles
$16,995

Elk Grove Village, IL
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2012 Ford E-350
116,000 Miles
$19,500

Elk Grove Village, IL
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2010 Ford E-350
36,000 Miles
$16,995

Bergen, NY
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2011 Ford E-350
54,000 Miles
$19,888

Zumbrota, MN
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2014 Ford E-350
33,000 Miles
$29,000

Elk Grove Village, IL
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1997 Ford E-350
23,801 Miles
$7,995

Williston, VT
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2014 Ford E-350
52,761 Miles
$23,500

Polk City, IA
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2014 Ford E-350
38,000 Miles
$22,595

Bergen, NY
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2007 Ford E-350
8,332 Miles
$26,988

Hawthorne, CA
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Ford E-350 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.3
Performance
3.8
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.6
Maintenance
4.3

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Ford E-350 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2010 Ford E-350 - Large family vehicle

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
4.0
Our Ford 12 passenger E-series has been part of the family for a few years. We purchased it when there was 7 family members and we wanted more seats for friends to ride with us if need be. Now there is 9 of us and it is comfortable for all of us, plus more!
Title
We once got stuck trying to drive up an icy hill at night. We slid a little than thankfully someone in a big truck with a front tow hook lowered us down the driveway. Thankfully we were unharmed and safe.
Pros
Pros: Plenty of seating; adequate heating and cooling for passengers; plenty of under seat storage, gas mileage not so bad for such a large vehicle; room for stroller and belongings in back.
Cons
Cons: We live on a dirt road and it feels like your teeth will rattle out of your head when the road gets washboardy; not a lot of room for front passengers legs; seats are extremely heavy and difficult to remove if needed.

2005 Ford E-350 - The best truck I've owned

22567, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Ford F350 is an all around great vehicle. It is versatile in that I can tow my horse trailer, plow the local highway in winter, and take it on family vacations. The diesel F350 with 6.0 Engine gets great gas mileage in all applications. On highway, I easily maintain between 16 and 18 mpg even with all that power working. Then when I switch in winter to pushing snow, I am easily outlasting all other trucks. My diesel can go for at least twice as long as any gas engine with more power. The chances of me getting stuck anywhere are slim to none. The handling is great and it rides great for however many miles I need to take it. I can pull heavy equipment with ease.
Title
My truck was able to pull out a harvester combine from our property when we purchased it, despite the fact that the combine didn't run. This is a machine at least 3 times the size of my truck. It did struggle, but managed to pull the machine off our property.
Pros
One of my favorite features of the vehicle is the ability to quickly switch into and out of 4wd when needed. There is nothing worse then having to get out of your vehicle in the mud or snow when you are stuck to go lock hubcaps; but with the option to just switch, life is so much easier.
Cons
One of the top negative things about this vehicle is that the head gaskets will eventually start to sweat and leak requiring that they be studded. While this is a permanent fix making the truck pretty resilient, it is a costly process that runs around $5,000.

2008 Ford E-350 - Love my E350

Browns Mills, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
5.0
We purchased our E350 four years ago when we were expecting our sixth child. We had outgrown our minivan and needed to add some more seats and storage room to our vehicle. We decided to go with the E350, because it was one of the more common larger vans that were available in the local area. We knew we wanted to pay cash for our purchase and wanted a vehicle that would be easy to find parts for repairs. We love our van! We have had no issues with the vehicle, and it has been extremely reliable and dependable.
Title
You have not lived till you have taken a 12-passenger van though a drive through. I actually had someone behind me in the drive through taking pictures of the back of my van.
Pros
Lots of room for children and adults. Decent amount of storage space in the back. Ability to turn music on in the back and turn it off in the front, or vice versa. Rear and front air conditioning/heat are on separate controls. Reliable engine with little-to-no maintenance issues. Ability to tow a large weight of trailer. I can fit nine car seats into this van!
Cons
Would love to have a DVD player installed in the van! Uses a large amount of gas for city driving. The vehicle also does not have keyless entry which is a pain when your hands are full, or you have a large amount of people waiting to get into the vehicle and you are in the back of the line. Seats are also a pain in the rump to remove and then store. Why do they have to be soooo heavy?