Ford E-series Accessories & Parts

    About Ford E-series


    The Ford E-Series is the American automaker's lineup of full-size vans. Ford E-Series vans are frequently used for commercial purposes, but are also sold as passenger vehicles. Ford first introduced vans as part of the roster in the early 1960s with the arrival of the compact Falcon, but it wasn't until 1968 when the E-Series premiered. In 1972, sliding doors became optional, showing off what would later become the template for the modern Econoline van. With an V8 engine and a truck-based chassis, the E-Series parts got another adjustment with the gradual inception of the four-wheel drive. In 1975, the front-end and its accessories were revised, featuring a new grille and square headlights. Throughout the next 15 years, the Ford E-Series assimilated itself as the premier domestic cargo/passenger van in the country.

    In 1992, the E-Series parts were redesigned. Engine options ranged from a 4.9L inline six-cylinder, a 7.5L V8, and a 7.3L Power Stroke diesel V8. As for the exterior accessories of the van, an influx of smoother lines which yielded a more aerodynamic image was in place. Motor Trend magazine named the related Chateau Club Wagon the 1992 Truck of the Year in recognition of Ford's effort with the E-Series. Due to the high center of gravity of the 15-passenger vans, a high number of rollover incidents occurred, with only trained drivers being recommended for using the vehicle. The model was updated once again for 1997. A fresh front-end grille, new bumper trim, an improved dash, and dual airbags were added. This was also the time period when the Triton V8 engine became a highlight of the Ford E-Series. Versions of the van were equipped with a 4.2L Essex V6, a 4.6L Triton V8, 5.4L Triton V8, a 6.8L Triton V10, and the same 7.3L diesel. Several other redesigns of the Ford E-Series parts took place throughout the years. In 2003, the grille was revised featuring the Ford logo while the interior was refreshed; in 2004, the 7.3L diesel was replaced by a 6.0L intercooled Power Stroke engine; and in 2006, the 6.8L Triton V10 got boosted to 305 horsepower.

    Autodata declared in 2007 that the Ford E-Series was among the top 20 highest-selling vehicles in the America. That same year, Ford introduced the newest version of the E-Series at the New York Auto Show. Improved handling along with a larger grille and headlights were among the most notable changes. Adjustments to the chassis and suspension gave the vehicle an increase in weight to 14,500 pounds. Yet another redesign came in 2009, as the dashboard was remade to incorporate GPS navigation along with a passenger-side glove compartment. A rearview backup camera became an option for the first time, as well. The Ford E-Series van still stands alone at the top of what was a highly-competitive segment.

    Comfort. Performance. Utility. These are the qualities every motorist needs to depend on. For those who drive the Ford E-Series, they have nothing to worry about. The Ford E-Series delivers on all of the above with remarkable ease, showcasing a huge amount of room, plenty of comfort, and remarkable dependability. But you can't just leave your E-Series bare and bland. It needs to express itself. When you're in the mood to place a little more personality into or onto your vehicle, we've got the Ford E-Series accessories that do your model justice!

    At CARiD.com, we take quality seriously. That's why our entire selection of Ford E-Series Accessories and Parts can be counted on to provide a perfect OEM fit along with unmatched durability. Interior, exterior, style, protection, maintenance - if Ford E-Series accessories and parts are what you're looking for, this is the place to find them!



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    Whatever you expect from your Ford E-series, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Ford E-series and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!


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    Average rating:4.54.7 - 73 reviews
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    2007 Ford E-series
    | Posted by | (Sandy, UT)

    The mirror I purchased through CARiD looked just like the original. I took me about 25 Minutes to remove the destroyed mirror, and replace the new mirror on my 2008 E-150 Ford Van, by the way just for your info the cost was much less than the Ford Dealer, and I will call CARiD for my next parts. Thank You.

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