2018 Ford® Transit Full-Size Cargo Van | Versatile Features | Ford.com

THE RIGHT FEATURES TO GET YOUR JOB DONE.

Configure a Transit Cargo Van with the combination of load-floor length and roof height for the cargo volume or payload capacity you need. The Ford Transit is designed for capability and flexibility – and engineered to Built Ford Tough®  standards for durability.
2018 Ford Transit Van – Built Ford Tough
Three roof heights

THREE ROOF HEIGHTS

Based on the cargo space you need, pick your vehicle. The 130-inch wheelbase has a choice of roof heights – a low roof height of 83˝ and a medium height of 100.˝ Transit 148-inch wheelbase has a low roof height of 83,˝ medium height of 100˝ and a high roof over 110.˝ If you choose the 148-inch wheelbase - extended length model, your roof height will be 109.˝

Different wheelbases and heights in Stone Gray

WHEELBASES AND BODY LENGTHS

The Transit offers a choice of wheelbases and body lengths to fit your needs.

Transit Van interior with upfitted shelving

EASE OF UPFITTING

The Ford Transit is built in Kansas City, Missouri,* with 13 upfitters located conveniently within 30 miles of the assembly plant. This means fast delivery to the upfitter of your choice, to get you back to business quickly.

*Assembled in the USA with domestic and foreign parts.

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Door configurations

CARGO DOOR CONFIGURATIONS

Transit low-roof models come with passenger-side 60/40 hinged cargo doors or optional sliding door, while the medium- and high-roof models have a standard passenger-side sliding cargo door. If your job calls for working from both sides, dual sliding side cargo doors are available on medium- and high-roof cargo vans. The rear hinged 50/50 cargo doors swing open 180 degrees on the 130-inch wheelbase model and 237 degrees on the 148-inch wheelbase model.
Available programmable battery guard

PROGRAMMABLE BATTERY GUARD

The available battery guard helps keep you from getting stranded with a dead battery. Set a time for battery use without the engine running, create profiles for battery use (heavy or light use, with and without additional batteries) and protect your battery from starter motor overload.