Ford Freestar Cargo Van Models and Freestar Cargo Van History

Ford's introduction of a heavily-revised minivan in 2004, the Freestar, also inspired the basis of a new cargo van. The Ford Freestar Cargo Van is heavily derived from the passenger-oriented minivan sharing the same exterior styling and the 3.9-liter V-6 engine. Unlike the Freestar passenger van, a more powerful option of a 4.2-liter V-6 powerplant would never be available on the cargo van variation of the vehicle. With the absence of the second and third passenger seating rows, the Ford Freestar Cargo Van serves commercial enterprises with a maximum cargo volume of 132.3 cubic feet. When the Freestar minivan was dropped by Ford in 2008, the cargo van version of the vehicle was also dismissed. The successor to the Ford Freestar Cargo Van would be the European-sourced Transit Connect small van.


New and Used Freestar Cargo Van Prices, Ford Freestar Cargo Van Model Years and History

A two-passenger work van, the 2007 Ford Freestar Cargo Van easily hauls your gear thanks to a 3.9L V6 engine under the hood.
The 2006 Ford Freestar Cargo Van is a two-passenger work van powered by a 3.9L V6 engine.
A mid-size work van slotting below the Econoline in size, the 2005 Ford Freestar Cargo Van seats two passengers leaving plenty of room for the tools of your trade.
The 2004 Ford Freestar Cargo Van is a mid-size work van that seats two passengers and is only available with FWD and a 3.9L V6 good for 193 hp.