Ford Econoline 1989 belongs to the Ford E-Series. It is a range of full-size cars produced by the American automaker Ford.
The minibus Ford Econoline came off the assembly line of the American automobile company Ford in the autumn of 1960. This rear-wheel drive car of the E-series in those years already approached the level of comfort in the cabin and the driver’s equipment for the then cars. So it was particularly popular in North America. From 1960 to 2007, more than 6 million of these cars were produced.
In 1976, Ford began to produce the bonnet versions of Econoline E-series passenger minibuses. At the same time engeneers began to use engines, transmission and chassis elements, similar to pick-up trucks and off-road vehicles of the F-series.
Despite numerous changes and improvements, over time Ford Econoline looked quite utilitarian. The car had an angular instrument console. In the basic configuration, there were no airbags and belts, adjustable in height. The side doors of the Ford Econoline could be sliding or swinging.
A large spacious saloon with light-colored furnishings allowed passengers to move freely around the minibus. A spacious luggage compartment was another advantage of the Ford Econoline 1989. Cars had automatic four-speed transmissions. At the request of the customer, a five-speed manual gearbox could also be installed on the model.
In the early 1990s, a new series of comfortable all-metal minibuses with 7, 8, 12 and 15 seats was released to the car market. And in 1992, Ford designers updated the interior of the model.
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