"I have a '97 club wagon, e150, bought it 5 yrs ago with 122K on it. It now has 222k and I still love it. best ride in my book, My father was a caddie man and I would rather travel in this, The veiw from the front seat is panaramic to say the least. This is the 3rd e150 and I like this body style alot better then the older ones. Go Blue."
"We love this truck!! 2001 E350 Super Duty extended. More power than I know what to do with. Stomp the gas and it goes!! Reliable, great gas mileage for a truck this big we get 18mpg on average. Comfortable, rides better than any luxury car, and has 10 times the space. This is the family car. I've added a few personal touches to it, custom wheels, Altezza lights, running boards. Definitely updates the styling. This truck will tow anything, I was towing an Isuzu trooper on a dolly and forgot it was back there. Next thing I know I'm doing 80mph down I95. Which I don't recommend by the way, gets real bouncy. Nevertheless, a great truck."
"Over the years, I have owned three of these - they are comfortable and easy to drive. They are powerhorses that require little maintenance, only the usual tire and oil changes, with the Triton engine going 100K miles before even a tune-up!
I have always gotten good mileage, 18MPG on average. They tow well, you usually forget there is anything behind you. I have consistantly used these vans to drive about 26 thousand miles during a two month period every summer, pulling a fully loaded 4X8 cargo trailer - and the Ford E-150 never lets me down. Fellow vendors switched to Fords after suffering multiple breakdowns with other makes and models.
No matter what you drive, try a "Motor-Vac" if you've got high mileage on your vehicle. It is a process that pulls all the carbon build-up out of your engine. It's inexpensive and does wonders for performance."