SAN ANTONIO – With no significant redesign of its workhorse wagon on the horizon, Ford Motor Co. continues its trend of enhancing the Econoline commercial lineup in hopes of maintaining its edge in the fullsize-van segment. For '06, Ford replaces the steel bulkhead between the 2-passenger cabin and cargo area with a lighter composite unit on certain units, Joseph Castelli, Ford Div. Commercial Truck director-sales and marketing, says during a media event here. Econoline's bulkhead ...

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