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New Diesel E series available?

Was looking around the Ford website, to see if they still offer a diesel E series 11 or 14 passenger, looks like it is not offered (?). What was the last year they were offered?

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As of December 31st, 2009 Ford and Navistar are FINISHED. This means Navistar will no longer be the supplier of diesel engines to FoMoCo for their light duty trucks. For 2009, Ford still uses the 6.0L diesel for their E-Series vans and the 6.4L for their F-Series trucks. For 2010, there will be no diesel engine option available for E-Series applications, so fleet companies, ambulances and other businesses requiring E-Series vans for heavy applications will have to make do with the V10 engine FOR NOW. For F-Series trucks, Ford's heavily rumoured 6.7L "Scorpion" diesel engine will be replacing the Navistar supplied 6.4L. The rumoured output of this engine will be 390 BHP and 720 ft.-lbs. This will be Ford's very first "in-house" built diesel engine available in light duty truck applications.
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As of December 31st, 2009 Ford and Navistar are FINISHED. This means Navistar will no longer be the supplier of diesel engines to FoMoCo for their light duty trucks. For 2009, Ford still uses the 6.0L diesel for their E-Series vans and the 6.4L for their F-Series trucks. For 2010, there will be no diesel engine option available for E-Series applications, so fleet companies, ambulances and other businesses requiring E-Series vans for heavy applications will have to make do with the V10 engine FOR NOW. For F-Series trucks, Ford's heavily rumoured 6.7L "Scorpion" diesel engine will be replacing the Navistar supplied 6.4L. The rumoured output of this engine will be 390 BHP and 720 ft.-lbs. This will be Ford's very first "in-house" built diesel engine available in light duty truck applications.
Check out this Ford site. They say that you can get a 6.0 L Power Stroke in the 2010 E models. I am so glad that they changed their minds at Ford. That 6.7 sounds like a beast. I would love to get one of those in a new van. Do you know anything about being able to special order an E350 4x4 from Ford? I have seen a few and the owners claimed that they ordered them from Ford.

2010 Ford E-Series Review Details | The Official Site of the 2010 Ford E-Series | FordVehicles.com
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The base engine in the E150 is a 4.6-liter V8 that produces 225 horsepower and 286 foot-pounds of torque. Next up is an optional 5.4-liter, 255-horsepower single overhead cam V8 producing 255 horsepower and 350 foot-pounds of torque. The 5.4L is the base engine for the E350 Wagon. Both the 4.6L and 5.4L engines are Flex Fuel (E85) capable. Ford Flex-Fuel capability allows you decide right at the pump: Both E-Series Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs) can run on E85 (85 percent ethanol/15 percent gasoline), straight gasoline, or any combination of the two. Available in heavy duty E350 and E450 models is a 6.8-liter Triton V10. The 10-cylinder engine is based upon architecture similar to the 4.6 and 5.4 power-plants, but (obviously) adds a brace of cylinders. The V10 produces 305 horsepower and an impressive 420 foot-pounds of torque. The 6.0L Power StrokeŽ V8 Turbo Diesel is optional on E350 Super Duty van models along with E350/E450 cutaway vans. The robust turbo-charged diesel cranks out 235-horsepower along with 440 foot pounds of torque.
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