2013 Ford E-350
54,610 Miles
$20,995

Palo Alto, CA
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2013 Ford E-350
56,964 Miles
$20,995

Palo Alto, CA
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2012 Ford E-350
56,773 Miles
$21,995

Palo Alto, CA
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2010 Ford E-350
59,336 Miles
$17,950

Frankfort, IL
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1996 Ford E-350
64,735 Miles
$6,991

Reedsburg, WI
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1994 Ford E-350
379,972 Miles
$4,000

Glendive, MT
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2006 Ford E-350
$10,000

Arlington, TX
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2006 Ford E-350
$10,000

Arlington, TX
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2006 Ford E-350
57,835 Miles
$17,950

Ephrata Township, PA
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2008 Ford E-350
23,240 Miles
$22,950

Ephrata Township, PA
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2007 Ford E-350
15,675 Miles
$22,950

Ephrata Township, PA
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2008 Ford E-350
24,586 Miles
$22,950

Ephrata Township, PA
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1995 Ford E-350
82,030 Miles
$3,995

Medford, NY
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2012 Ford E-350
134,161 Miles
$14,000

Henderson, CO
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2015 Ford E-350
10 Miles
$59,999

Henderson, CO
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2012 Ford E-350
129,044 Miles
$17,000

Henderson, CO
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1999 Ford E-350
314,009 Miles
$2,490

Knoxville, TN
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2010 Ford E-350
189,850 Miles
$14,500

Clarkston, MI
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2013 Ford E-350
44,381 Miles
$18,994

Snohomish, WA
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2012 Ford E-350
92,067 Miles
$15,488

Fullerton, CA
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Ford E-350 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.2
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.8
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!
Story
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.
Story
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.

2006 Ford E-350 - Ford 1-Ton Van

Red Bluff, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased my 2006 Ford E-350 Van used in 2008. It's been one of the more reliable vehicles I've ever owned. Granted, it's not the best in gas mileage, but it's never failed me when I had a heavy load or a long road trip ahead of me. The space available is incredible. It works as well for trips to town as it does camping out in the boondocks.
Story
I became stuck out in the boondocks once last winter. Buried the rear axle. The rain had ended the day before, but things were still soggy. As it was late, I simply went to bed for the night. By the next day, things had dried considerable, and I was able to drive it out of the stuck situation.
Pros
I'm a tall guy (6'5"), and while I can't stand up in my van like shorter people can, the legroom in the seats is great. It's wide enough in the back for my home-built bed frame and a double mattress(with storage underneath). It's like a mini-motor home.
Cons
About the only downside I can think of, aside from the mileage, is that Ford has gone all "new age" with the engine and motor parts. Gone are the days where you can give your own vehicle a tune-up in the driveway, changing spark plugs, etc. They have added so many computers to vehicles these days that it's hard to even get around all the wires to find the spark plugs...