2010 Ford E350 Super Duty

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Key specs

Base trim shown

Cargo Van

Body style


Seating capacity

Rear-wheel drive



The good:

  • Interior space
  • Visibility
  • Towing capacity
  • Performance of 5.4-liter V-8

The bad:

  • Fuel economy
  • Handling
  • Ride comfort in city
  • Difficult to park

4 trims

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Notable features

  • Three duty ratings
  • Available V-8, V-10 and diesel engines
  • Standard electronic stability control on wagon and recreational vans
  • Standard electronic throttle control
  • Standard oil cooler

2010 Ford E350 Super Duty review: Our expert's take

Vehicle Overview
The E-Series is available as a commercial van and as a passenger van, which can carry up to 15 people. Formerly called the Econoline, the E-150 competes with the Chevrolet Express and Dodge Sprinter.

Skip to details on the: E-250, E-350 and E-350 Super Duty

New for 2010
There are no significant changes for 2010.

The Ford E-Series features a large front grille and squared-off headlights. Also, the rear doors can swing out a full 172 degrees. Swing-out 60/40-split doors are installed on the right side, but a sliding cargo door is available as a no-cost option. Swing-out doors are the only choice in the rear.

  • Standard 16-inch steel wheels
  • Available chrome bumpers and aerodynamic headlights

Aimed at commercial applications, the cargo-hauling van is fitted with two bucket seats up front. Passenger models have seating for eight occupants on two front buckets and a pair of three-passenger bench seats. Captain’s chairs in the XLT Premium version replace the center bench, reducing seating positions to seven.

  • Standard air conditioning
  • Available cruise control
  • Available power windows, locks and mirrors
  • Available in-dash computer with high-speed internet access; mouse and printer can be connected
  • Available navigation system now with real-time traffic data and fuel prices

Under the Hood
When properly equipped, the E-150 van can tow as much as 7,500 pounds, while the passenger van can tow 7,100 pounds. Two engines are available for the E-150, both of which are E85-capable in cargo van versions.

  • Standard 225-horsepower, 4.6-liter V-8 with 286 pounds-feet of torque
  • Available 255-hp, 5.4-liter V-8 with 350 pounds-feet of torque
  • Standard four-speed automatic with overdrive
  • Optional five-speed automatic with TorqShift that maximizes low-speed torque

Safety features in the E-Series include:

  • Standard dual front airbags
  • Standard four-wheel-disc antilock brakes
  • Traction control and electronic stability control (standard on all wagons and recreational vans, optional on commercial vans with gasoline engines)
  • Available rearview backup camera
  • Available factory-installed integrated trailer-brake controller

Rated for heavier duty than the E-150, the E-250 has the same engine choices but comes in both regular and extended lengths. Extended vans are 20 inches longer overall. The maximum gross vehicle weight rating for the E-250 is 8,900 pounds. Passenger wagons aren’t available in this series.

  • Standard 255-hp, 5.4-liter V-8 with 350 pounds-feet of torque
  • Standard four-speed automatic with overdrive
  • Optional five-speed automatic with TorqShift
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E-350 and E-350 Super Duty
Available in regular and extended lengths, the 350 Super Duty van has a maximum gross vehicle weight rating of 9,500 pounds. Cutaway versions that can be used for motor homes and box vans have a GVW of 14,050 pounds. Single- and dual-rear-wheel trims are available. The E-350 passenger wagon can seat seven, eight, 11 or 12 people; extended-length vans seat 11, 12, 14 or 15 occupants.

The standard E-350 engine is a 5.4-liter V-8, and E-350 models with this engine come standard with an electronic stability system. A 6.8-liter V-10 that generates 305 hp and 420 pounds-feet of torque can be installed with a five-speed automatic transmission in either model.

  • 255-hp, 5.4-liter V-8 with 350 pounds-feet of torque
  • 305-hp, 6.8-liter V-10 with 420 pounds-feet of torque (E-350 van/wagon)
  • 235-hp, 6.0-liter diesel V-8 with 440 pounds-feet of torque (E-350 van, E-350 cutaway)
  • Standard five-speed automatic
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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior 4.1
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value 4.6
  • Exterior 4.5
  • Reliability 4.9

Most recent consumer reviews


good solid van

we have a 2006 ford 3500 ,15 seater,van,paid 1500.oo and we love it,we can xxxx it out,put some money in it, although its nice just the way it is too


A fine replacement for my 1993 Aerostar Van

My previous van was a 1993 Aerostar with 255,000 miles on it. Loved the Aerostar, but the plastic bumpers had dis-integrated and the paint job was flaking and ratty. Was afraid of problems with the FWD Windstar. I never considered the E350 until I saw one on the highway. It looked very good for a commercial van. Real steel bumpers, not plastic! Much better styling than the Aerostar. I found my used 2010 E350 passenger XLT van in Belton TX. Nice silver paint job that had held up. Drove very well. Good acceleration. Held road very well. Nimble. Better rear visibility than Aerostar. I took out the back two bench seats. With the front buckets and first remaining rear seat I can accommodate 3 or four rear seat passengers and still have more cargo space than the Aerostar XLT with only it"s front seats. A very nice van for stuff hauling, towing, and occasional added passengers. It has a heavy duty trailer hitch fastened to a REAL FRAME, The aerostar hitch was connected to a sheet metal stamping on it's unibody. The E350 is a definitely a much better van for me than the Aerostar, Windstar, or Metro. Sad to hear that Ford is discontinuing this nice RWD van.


Most reliable vehicle we’ve owned

We have this vehicle now and are selling it only because our kids are grown and we no longer need 12 seats. It’s been extremely reliable and useful for vacations, taking entire classes of children on field trips, tailgating at football games, etc. It may not be as fancy as a Suburban or Yukon, but it also doesn’t cost nearly as much. We bought when we had 6 kids at home and having the extra empty seats in between kids was nice when they couldn’t get along....”Mom, he’s touching me...” ;0)

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