Living productively nowadays is not about working hard–that's what your car was built to do. It's about working smart for your position, every hour of the day. That's why every Ford Transit workspace measure is deliberately designed to maximize productivity and flexibility, making the Transit the right resource for any task. The generic 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 engine produces 260 lb.-ft and 275 horsepower. of torque. Now available is the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 with a best-in-class peak fuel torque of 400 lb.-ft. Also available is the direct-injected 3.2L Power Stroke I-5 Diesel, which offers proven Ford diesel robustness and performance.
Ford Transit 150 Low/Mid Roof:
It's easier to drive the 2019 Ford Transit van than its big look would suggest. Given the high roof and long, sloping windshield, most models have the same dimensions as a F-150 full-size pick-up. When navigating tree-lined routes where low-hanging branches can pose a problem, you will need to note the high roof. The same refers to parking garages and drive-thru's at low entry. Driving the Transit is an enjoyable experience far from the old work vans that rode loosely and received input from the null rider. The Ford Transit low roof was designed to fit in most home garages. The Ford Transit 150 Low Roof is available with two wheelbases, three lengths of the frame and three heights of the deck, and can also be fitted with a framework and cutaway car. It is spacious enough for long hauls. It is unchanged for 2019, excluding doors that open wider in some models. The Transit is about individual configuration. Most vans leave the factory with incomplete specifications to be assembled by a contractor. Base vans are bare bones, with vinyl seats and cheap yet tough internal fabrics, although there are optional fabric seats and audio systems. For specific work info, most of the Transit vans will be custom-ordered and personalized. Transit vans are all combined out of the factory in passenger, freight, chassis truck, and cutaway configurations in different wheelbases and roof heights. Base vans are fitted with vinyl upholstery, a rearview camera, air conditioning, and power windows. Passenger models will include comforts such as leather upholstery, navigation, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, improved sound and rear climate controls. The models of the chassis cab have two seats. After the van leaves the factory, almost everything else is installed.
Ford Transit 250 Extended Long High Roof:
The High Roof features the best-in-class interior height allowing people up to a height of 6'4 to enjoy an easy walk to their seats. The Ford Transit Van offers as standard equipment a rearview camera with tow-hitch aid, while the much-maligned MyFord Touch interface is substituted by an additional Sync 3 infotainment system. Newly available double sliding side doors for the full model year. Ford now also sells auxiliary fuse panels and a single absorbed glass mat (AGM) battery as solutions for fulfilling vehicle upfitters' additional power requirements. The reasonable changes to the 2016 Transit Van seek to refine a concept that has already been achieved. The big news on the engineering front is that Ford has left the touchy MyFord Touch infotainment system in favor of Sync 3, which offers a more user-friendly touchscreen interface. The updated available AGM battery (gasoline engines only) and auxiliary fuse panels will satisfy upfitters as these modifications make it easier for adapted vans to fulfill the extra power requirements. Throughout fact, everyone will enjoy the new compact rear view camera, Ford's tacit acknowledgement that any car so big should have an additional set of eyes.
Ford Transit 250 Extended Mid Roof:
The mid roof was designed to help make loading and unloading much easier. The Ford Transit Mid Roof helps make loading and unloading easier. The Ford Transit Van offers modern versatility and mobility to commuter vehicles with a wide variety of models, a choice of strong and fuel-efficient gasoline and diesel engines and simple driving methods. The all-new Ford Transit is a full-size truck with three engines to choose from. It is available in a variety of variants, including models for freight and rider. The new Transit supplants the long-running full-size Ford E-Series truck. The Transit is an improvement in just about every place commercial-van buyers consider relevant. Similar to that of the Transit 250 Extended Long Roof this Ford Transit Van offers a lift-hitch rear view camera as standard equipment, while an additional Sync 3 infotainment system replaces the much-maligned MyFord Touch interface. Newly available for the full model year double sliding side doors. Ford now also markets external fuse panels and a single absorbed glass mat battery to satisfy the additional power needs for vehicle upfitters. 2019 Ford Transit-250 XL Plus Mid Roof offers the EcoBoost 3.5L V6 GTDi DOHC 24V engine along with Dual Gear Automatic 6-Speed Single transmission.
Ford Transit 350 Extended Mid/Low Roof:
This model is also available with two wheelbases, three lengths of the frame and three heights of the deck, and can also be fitted with a framework and cutaway car like that of the Transit 150. It is spacious enough for long hauls. It is unchanged for 2019, excluding doors that open wider in some models. The Transit is about individual configuration. Most vans leave the factory with incomplete specifications to be assembled by a contractor. Base vans are bare bones, with vinyl seats and cheap yet rugged internal fabrics, although there are optional fabric seats and audio systems. Passenger vehicles, including the driver, can accommodate up to 15 passengers. The wheelbase is either 130 or 148 inches. The base engine is a 3.7-liter V-6 which makes a strong 275 horsepower and 260 pound-feet torque. An additional 3.5-liter turbocharged V-6 makes 310 hp and 400 lb-ft, while a 3.2-liter 5-cylinder turbo diesel makes 185 hp and 350 lb-ft. All engines are coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission, with rear-wheel drive only. Transit vans get better fuel mileage than most pickup trucks. The Ford is EPA-rated at 14 mpg city, 18 highway, 16 combined with base 3.7-literV-6. The turbocharged V-6 with more horsepower and much more torque (which means better towing and more cargo-carrying), does not pay a penalty for its power, at 15/18/16 mpg. The EPA does not evaluate the 3.2-liter 5-cylinder turbodiesel. The NHTSA awards the Transit four stars for longitudinal crash protection and five stars for side protection. Just two stars were granted to the versions with the lowest roof for rollover prevention. Airbags, stability control, and a rearview camera are standard safety features.