The rear hinged 50/50 cargo doors swing open 180 degrees on the 130-inch wheelbase models and 237 degrees on the 148-inch wheelbase models.
The Transit XLT Passenger Wagon comes with reclining, available front bucket leather-trimmed and heated seats.
The modern, car-like instrument panel features ergonomic gauges and controls that are easy to read and reach. There's plenty of storage space as well for carrying a wide assortment of items.
The overhead storage bin is one of many conveniences inside the Transit medium- and high-roof models.
The regular-wheelbase Transit comes in a standard 8- or available 10-passenger model.
Transit 10-, 12- and 15-passenger wagons feature standard aisle seating.
The Transit Extended Length Passenger Wagon shows its versatility as a people-carrier that can also accommodate transporting cargo when needed.
The 4-spoke steering wheel tilts and telescopes to accommodate individual comfort needs. Optional wheel shown.
The Transit Cargo Van with high roof and long wheelbase with extended body provides 487.3 cu. ft. of cargo space. Shown with the vinyl rear floor covering option.
Transit engines are paired with a wide-ratio 6-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission.
While the Transit exterior shows the energy-in-motion influence of the Ford kinetic design, the interior is equally dynamic with its driver-focused attitude.
The 8-passenger Transit Passenger Wagon with a medium roof and regular wheelbase provides 125 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the third-row seating.
The in-cab fuel/DEF filler door provides added security because the filler door can be accessed only when the driver's door is open.
Instrumentation including tachometer, fuel level and coolant temperature is standard in all Transit models. Shown with optional message center.
Transit Van stows the tire jack in a compartment inside the passenger door entrance.