The new Ford Transit replaces the long-running E-Series vans in the US market. Available in two different wheelbase lengths, 3 different body lengths and three roof heights, there are six different sizes available. The smallest of these configurations is roughly the same size as the old E-Series vans with the larger sizes equaling those of the large Sprinter vans. A switch to unibody construction, gives the Transit a low load floor which will make loading cargo and passengers easier. Ford plans a variety of powertrains for the Transit including a 3.7l V6, a 3.5l turbocharged V6, and a 3.2l diesel, each more fuel efficient than the large displacement engines of prior vans.
The new Ford Transit replaces the long-running E-Series vans in the US market. With a variety of lengths and heights, the Transit is offered in about 6 different sizes. The two wheelbase lengths of 130 in. and 148 in. bracket that of the outgoing E-Series at 138. With three roof heights, the Transit ranges from 83.5 in. to over 110 in. Ford plans a variety of powertrains for the Transit including a 3.7l V6, a 3.5l turbocharged V6, and a 3.2l diesel. The Transit also loses the E-Series body-on-frame construction utilizing a unibody structure made of high-strength steel.
|Transit MWB LR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|
|Transit MWB MR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|
|Transit LWB LR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|
|Transit LWB MR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|
|Transit LWB HR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|
|Transit LWB EL HR||V6||A6||RWD||TBD|