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Used Ford E-350 in Dulles, VA for Sale

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4.7 out of 5(13 reviews)

Excellent vehicle

I've been sold on Fords for decades. My previous pickup was a 1996 F-250 diesel that I'd had since 1997. I still loved the truck but it just wasn't big enough for the trailers I have. A simple on line search found this F-350. With all the pictures on the ad, all I needed was to secure financing and a test drive. Strange, but each successive vehicle has had more and more "bells and whistles." This F-350 (Super Duty Lariat) has taken that to all new heights. Power everything (to include big towing mirrors), the engine is smaller than my old 7.3L Power Stroke but has more than twice as much horsepower (190hp vs 400 hp) and it's orders of magnitude quieter! Plus it gets better fuel economy. I won't have to shut off the engine to be heard at drive thru windows. With more horsepower, I can pass in areas I couldn't before because it took too long for the old truck to get up to the speed needed. This one jumps like a jackrabbit. As with a van, directly behind a pickup is a bad blind spot. This F-350 has a rear video camera that even works in VERY low light and makes sure I don't back over some kid in a parking lot. It also eases backing for trailer hook up. As someone who keeps vehicles a long time, I know it requires good maintenance to keep one a long time. I can recognize proper maintenance when I see it. This F-350 had gently used, low miles. Original interior in excellent shape with just enough pedal wear to prove they weren't just replacement pedals to make it look newer. This vehicle was already equipped with the hitches I need, so that saves me the money and trouble of having to buy them (over $1,000 dollars) and let me put my truck to work the very next day. With this power, I no longer slow down traffic in hilly country and I do so in greater comfort. I am VERY well satisfied.

- Texas Rancher, 2011 Ford E-350

Whaddya expect? It's a van, that's pretty much it.

Mine is the window version people-mover. First thing I did was remove the two rear benches and bolt in a 3/4' plywood cargo floor, which works out very well. It's a pig vis a vis fuel economy, averaging 10 mpg but I knew this going into it. It rides like a truck. Big surprise because that's basically what it is, a one-ton truck with a full-length roof. Hit a bump and you run the risk of vomiting a kidney unless the van is fully loaded. The driver's seat is comfortable enough; the controls are all easily accessible and the instruments dpon't require too much eye travel to see them all. The console looks like a iring nightmare now because I have my SatNav, my phone's power cord and my iPod all plugged in to the power points (god job Ford putting two of them on the panel, as well as an auxilliary audio input). Bluetooth would be nice but this is a van and not a Luxo-Jeep. The remaining passenger seat would be better if a) the back was adjustable/foldable and b) it could slide back and forth for extra legroom. The air conditioning is currently a major bone of contention. The blower works fine, but the cold air doesn't hit any part of the cabin for at least 15 minutes after starting the engine. This problem is of course most noticeable when the outside temperature is above 75 degrees. When it's finally running as it should, it's great, but I've sort of learned to expect cold air to start coming out of the vent almost immediately after you switch the A/C on. It warrants a trip to the Ford dealer as it is still under warranty. Quick summary: it meets my needs, but I look forward to the Econoline's replacement, the diesel-powered Transit.

- Fummunda, 2012 Ford E-350

E-350 12 passenager van

I love my van. I upgraded from a E150 conversion van and am extremely happy. The van handles well and is smooth. There is pliantly of leg room on all rows. The bench seats are easily removed and I can do it myself. Average gas mileage for a van it's size. We had looked at many types of vans and came back to the Ford because of it's dependability. We have 3 children in car seats and two teens and everyone is comfortable and there is room for more.

- Suzanne, 2012 Ford E-350

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