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How much does a Ford E350 van weigh?

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Although the weight of the Ford E-350 Super Duty van fluctuates by model year, the 2009 E-350 weighs 5,390 pounds. This figure is the van's curb weight, which is the weight of the van without cargo or passengers.

The curb weight of a vehicle should not be confused with its gross vehicle weight rating or GVWR. The GVWR is the total combined weight of the van with passengers, fluids, fuel and any cargo. The GVWR can fluctuate based on how many people are riding in the van and how much fuel, cargo and fluids the van is holding at any one point in time. The maximum GVWR of a 2014 Ford E-Series van is 9,500 pounds, which means that passengers, cargo, fuel and fluids cannot exceed this weight in order for the van to be safely driven.

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