The Aerostar Passenger was first introduced in 1986 as a 7 or 8 seater passenger van. It was based on the successful Ford Cargo Van and was built on the E-Series platform. The Aerostar Passenger was available in both standard and extended length models and could be ordered with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. It was also available with a variety of engine options ranging from a 2.3L four-cylinder to a 5.8L V8.
1. The Aerostar Passenger offered a variety of engine options, making it a versatile vehicle that could be adapted to a variety of needs.
2. Standard and extended length models were available, giving customers the option of choosing the size that best suited their needs.
3. Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models were available, giving customers the option of choosing the configuration that best suited their needs.
The Aerostar Passenger was one of the first vans to offer an optional all-wheel drive system. This made it popular with customers who needed a van that could handle difficult terrain or inclement weather conditions.