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As the best-selling commercial vehicle brand in North America, Ford will offer the Ford Transit range of full-size vans, wagons, cutaways, and chassis cab models powered by a 3.7-liter V6 equipped ready with a CNG/LPG prep kit to aid customers who run vehicles with these more affordable and cleaner fuels.
With the new 2014 Ford Transit Combinator now live on Ford’s consumer site, business owners can get a better picture of how variations of the cargo, passenger wagon, chassis cab, or cutaway cab can fit their needs.
E-series replacement is bigger, more fuel efficient than its long-running predecessor
The new Transit family reflects Ford’s ongoing strategy of platform consolidation. In this case, Ford has consolidated two regional platforms—E-Series and the Transit—into the single Transit commercial vehicle platform.
The new vans are a far different animal than the outgoing models, and take their cues from the European Ford Transit that’s served overseas for decades.
Traditionally, full-size cargo vans sold in North America have utilized body-on-frame construction. The 2014 Transit, however, utilizes a unibody structure.
In North America, the Transit will replace the E-Series vehicles which were first released in 1961 as the Ford Econoline
The van you are accustomed to seeing delivering packages or shuttling you to the airport is about to revolutionize the way the game is played.
Ford introduced its family of Transit vans on Friday. The full-size, futuristic Transit will join the smaller Transit Connect to fulfill all your hauling needs.
Ford today showed the redesign of the two vehicles at the core of its commercial truck lineup: a new Transit Connect van and the larger Transit van that will be built in Kansas City.
As part of Ford’s ramp-up to the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the automaker is showing off all sorts of future products, including the new full-size Transit and compact Transit Connect vans – both of which will ultimately become part of its North American commercial vehicle portfolio.
The bite-size Transit is dragged into modernity with a thorough redesign.
When Ford’s all-new Transit commercial van debuts in North America in 2013, it will come equipped with the company’s award-winning, fuel-efficient 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V6 engine to better meet the needs of commercial truck customers.
Ford Motor Company today confirmed Kansas City Assembly Plant workers will build its full-size Transit van – Europe’s best-selling commercial vehicle – when the new product joins its North American lineup in 2013.
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