Ford Transit Family make their North American Debut, E-Series Officially Dead


Ford has revealed their Transit Van Family in Detroit, they officially replaces the E-series.

The new van comes in three different roof heights, three different lengths and 2 different wheel bases with three engine choices.

The low-roof model offers 56 inches of cargo height, followed by the medium-roof with 72 inches and the high-roof with 81.5 inches. Cargo volume starts from 250 cubic feet and goes all the way up to 500 cubic feet. The standard wheelbase measures 129.9 inches, while the longer one stretches at 147.6 inches. Body variants are standard and extended.

Regarding engines, the new Transit gets as standard a V6 3.7-liter gasoline engine, along with an optional V6 3.5-liter EcoBoost and a 5-cylinder, 3.2-liter Power Stroke diesel. All engines are mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Ford also showed the Transit Connect Van & Wagon.

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Source Ford via WCF

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  1. k · January 25, 2013

    nice reminds you of a Sprinter

  2. Rick Rothermel · January 31, 2013

    Yikes! The Econoline name retired after 156 years! I’m impressed!

  3. Angel · October 31, 2013

    It took Daimler-Chrysler to introduce the Euro-van style to the States. Even though UPS had been using this style before the Europeans knew what a van was.

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