Ford Econoline / E-Series IV 41992 - ...
Model: Econoline / E-Series (1961 - ...)
Wikipedia (Econoline / E-Series): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_E-Series
For the first time since 1975, the Ford Econoline was given a nearly complete redesign for the 1992 model year. As before, the fleet-oriented Econoline 150, 250, and 350 were retained in cargo and passenger models; the consumer-oriented Club Wagon was introduced in XLT and luxury Chateau models, reviving a trim level used in the late 1970s. Sold in a single wheelbase with two body lengths, the Econoline/Club Wagon was available in several passenger configurations, from 2 to 15 passengers.
The consumer-oriented Chateau Club Wagon version was Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year for 1992.
For 1999, the Club Wagon name was discontinued, becoming the Wagon version of the Econoline. For 2001, in the United States, the Econoline name was dropped (it was dropped in Canada in 1995), with the Econoline nomenclature being shortened to E-150, E-250, E-350, similar to the F-Series nomenclature.
To celebrate its half-century mark, the E-Series featured a Special 50th Anniversary version for the 2011 model year.
After 2014, the passenger van and cargo van variants of the E-Series were discontinued in North America in favor of the newly introduced Ford Transit, but cutaway cab and stripped-chassis variants remained in production for 2015 and will be built "until the end of the decade", according to Ford.
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