The 2014 Ford E-250 vehicles built on the platform were strong and they provide a great Interiors with greater cargo capacity. Standard features of the Ford E-250 Commercial include Triton 4.6L V-8 225hp engine, 4-speed automatic with overdrive departure, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), air conditioning, 16 “steel wheels, ABS and drive-line control traction, electronic stability, AM/FM stereo 2 speakers, tilt wheel of light tinted windows, the low tire pressure warning.
Full size for cargo van, the 2014 Ford E-250 Van is offered in three variants. Consumers with lighter-volume requirements start with the E-150 model, while the prospective requirements should focus on the E-250 and 350-E Super Duty models. These heavy duty vehicles come in two different lengths-216 cm for the regular version 236 inches for the model career. Taking a workhorse commercial, E-Series Van is short on creature comforts. Standard features 16-inch wheels, steel, vinyl front bucket seats, vinyl Coverings front, front air-conditioning, tilt wheel, its only, manual telescoping mirrors and two speaker AM/FM radio with auxiliary jack audio.
The 2014 Ford E-250 options include wheels and alloy, the limited-slip difference, Chrome exterior trim, power-Adjustable glasses and telescoping hand, running boards, a side door to the towing package and the beauty of axle ratios, household power outlet, power windows and Locks , rear air-conditioning, power-Adjustable driver seat, a second-row bench seat, partition inside, Upholstery fabric, captain seats, cruise control, entry key-less, navigation system, Sync voice control system’s Ford, rear-view camera, satellite radio and a four-speaker CD stereo.
For custom wheels business needs is more, there are a number of specialized packages that provide E-Series with various Racks, bins and undergarments, and service Crew Chief optional, which keeps tabs on vehicles in its fleet, tracking location, speed, idle time and maintenance schedules.
2014 Ford E-250 Interior
Inside the 2014 Ford E-250 vans, the work certainly comes first in the form. The cabin is decidedly Spartan and its vinyl Flooring and Upholstery, but you can civilize it out for front captain seats, insulation package, improved audio package with navigation system, and/or the side cargo door and go.
Regardless, blocky, industrial shapes dominate this old cabin and padded areas are rare, even a cargo van levels. Fortunately, the controls are simple to use and there are storage, plus you can always add more bins and undergarments if you need to. Nevertheless, the E-Series offers flexible than new cars. There is no door and optional driver-side on their way, and there are different roof heights. Standard length of the vehicle to be greater cargo volume of 237 cubic feet, while the long length of the vehicle sign in with 275 cubic feet of space.
2014 Ford E-250 Engine
The 2014 Ford E-250 Van has three engines available. Standard on the E-150 and 250-E is a V8 4.6-liter engine that produces 225 horsepower and 286 pound-feet of torque. Optional on the 2014 Ford E-150/ 2014 Ford 250 and standard on all models E-350 is a 5.4-liter V8 engine that makes 255 hp and 350 LB-ft of torque. Both V8 engines are paired with the automatic movement speed of four. The 2014 Ford E-350 customers can upgrade to v10 6.8L engine that churns out 305 hp and 420 LB-ft of torque. A five automatic speed is normal with v10.
The EPA rates the E-150 and 250-E and the V8 4.6-liter at 15 MPG combined (13 city/16 highway). With 5.4-liter engine, these vehicles are rated at 14 MPG combined (12 city/16 highway). The E-350 is rated at 13 MPG combined (12/16) and the V8 5.4-liter and 12 MPG combined (10/14) and v10. Remember that your fuel economy will vary depending on the average axle choose.
2014 Ford E-250 Safety
All 2014 Ford E-250 cars come with standard four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes stability control. The 2014 Ford E-250 rear-view camera is offered as an option.