Editorial: Second-Rate 2009 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

Ford has been rolling out E-Series vans since 1961, when they still referred to the series by the Econoline name. The E-Series vans are incredibly popular and theyâ€Read Full Article

Road Test : 2007 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

The 2007 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Van Most E-Series vans are destined for use in commercial settings. Some do become personal vehicles and some of those are wheelchaRead Full Article

Editorial: Undesireable 2010 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

If you know someone who drives an E-Series van, he or she probably does so while on the clock. If there’s an E-Series van in your neighbor’s driveway, it’s proRead Full Article

On the Road : 2006 Ford Freestar Wheelchair Vans

The 2006 Ford Freestar wheelchair van doesn’t get a great deal of love in the auto press. It’s demeaned as an inferior option that doesn’t measure up to the coRead Full Article

2005-2012 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans Compared

Before Ford started referring to its full-sized vans as the E-Series, they bore the Econoline name. The first Econolines made their appearance in the early 1960s andRead Full Article

Road Test : 2008 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Van

The 2008 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Van Most E-Series vans end up in working environments not as wheelchair vans. Many are used by medical facilities and other businesRead Full Article

Road Test : 2006 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

If you’re looking for a full-sized option for your next wheelchair van, the 2006 Ford E-Series line is definitely a vehicle worthy of your consideration. For twentRead Full Article

Editorial: Spacious Bouncy 2008 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

As a working full-sized van, the Ford E-150, E-250 or E-350 has its charms. It’s nearly indestructible and it offers a great deal of space. As an individual wheelcRead Full Article

Editorial: Disappointing 2003 Ford Windstar Wheelchair Vans

The new Ford Windstar wheelchair van is a disappointment. Ford hasn’t done much more than changing the shape of the rearview mirrors for the new model year, even tRead Full Article

Road Test : 2005 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

It’s back again! Ford continues to dominate the full-sized wheelchair van market with a vehicle that has remained almost unchanged for over a decade. The new E-150Read Full Article

On the Road: 2003 Ford Windstar Wheelchair Vans

Even the most diehard buy American War Veteran buyer will have a hard time waving the flag for the Ford Windstar wheelchair van. This is not a top option in the miniRead Full Article

Safety Considerations: Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

When people consider buying a full-sized van, they usually think in terms of cargo space, durability, towing capacity, engine strength and overall reliability. SafetRead Full Article

Expert Review: 2008 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

The Econoline van series has been going strong since 1961. Ford has developed a reputation for producing some of the most solid and powerful full-sized wheelchair vaRead Full Article

Road Test : 2009 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Van

If you want a big, sturdy, indestructible wheelchair van, you might as well start with a foundation that’s been described as the up-fitter’s dream. That’s the Read Full Article

Editorial: Lackluster 2006 Ford Freestar Wheelchair Vans

This is what happens when a major automaker tries to salvage a critically wounded model with a name change. In 2004, Ford officially gave up on its Windstar handicapRead Full Article

Expert Review: 2005 Ford Freestar Wheelchair Vans

The 2005 Freestar Wheelchair Van The Freestar can make a credible minivan. Although usually set up as a side-entry wheelchair van, it is possible to explore rear-entRead Full Article

Expert Review: 2006 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

The E-Series traces its root back to the 1961 model year Econoline. That makes the 2006 edition the twenty-fifth anniversary line for Ford’s popular wheelchair vanRead Full Article

Expert Review: 2005 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

If you buy a full-sized handicap van from the 2005 line-up, there’s a good chance it will be a Ford E-150, E-250 or E-350. Ford’s E-Series continues to dominate Read Full Article

On the Road: 2002 Ford Windstar Wheelchair Vans

The 2002 Windstar wheelchair van is a classic runner-up. It’s not as good looking as its top competitor is. It doesn’t have as many options. It doesn’t performRead Full Article

Expert Review: 2012 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Vans

The 2012 Ford E-Series Wheelchair Van Over the years, many people have converted E-Series vans for use as personal wheelchair mobility vehicles. The attraction is eaRead Full Article

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