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The E-350 Cutaway with single-rear-wheels delivers all the power and capability needed for a wide range of commercial and recreational applications. It's powered by a standard 7.3L V8 Premium-Rated Engine or available 7.3L V8 Economy-Rated Engine. It has a standard GVWR of 10,050 lbs. *20
*Max GVWR available on the 2023 E-350 DRW Cutaway.
**Payload rating available on the E-350 DRW Cutaway with the 7.3L Economy-Rated Engine, 158" wheelbase and 12,500-lb. GVWR.
The E-450 with dual rear wheels delivers high-end capability with an available GVWR of 14,500 lbs. * and an available payload rating of 8,980 lbs. (minus body weight). **20 If you’re into towing heavy loads, the E-450 DRW has a maximum GCWR of 22,000 lbs.20 Power is supplied by a standard 7.3L V8 Premium-Rated Engine or available 7.3L V8 Economy-Rated Engine.
*Max GVWR available on the 2023 E-450 with the 7.3L Premium-Rated Engine.
**Payload available on the 2023 E-450 Cutaway. Max payload varies and is based on accessories and vehicle configuration. See label on doorjamb for carrying capacity of a specific vehicle.
Torque rules in the world of work trucks, especially when you're delivering heavy loads under demanding stop-and-go conditions. Featuring a torque rating of 450 lb.-ft. at 3,750 rpm and 325 horsepower at 3,750 rpm, the standard Premium-Rated Gas Engine generates the raw power required for a multitude of applications and upfits.
Choosing your engine is about finding the right size for your job and getting the maximum efficiency possible. With the available 7.3L V8 Economy-Rated Gas Engine rated at 300 horsepower at 3,750 rpm and 425 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,250 rpm. *
The Ford TorqShift® Six-Speed Automatic Transmission is built by Ford to handle the high-performance demands of commercial applications. And the Tow/Haul Mode automatically compensates for grade and load conditions, and delays transmission upshifts to help reduce the frequency of gear hunting.