Ford vehicles are popular among most small and medium businesses. The consistent performance, unmatched design, passenger comfort, cargo ferrying and powerful features make the vehicles unsurpassed.
Considering the manufacturer’s major impact, what are its current most popular vans? Here are three for consideration:
Ford Transit — The most manufacturer’s most popular full-sized cargo van, the Transit is available in regular wheelbase and long wheelbase models. The latter model also has extended length options.
The Transit van also offers an optional high roof version to accommodate increased cargo. Research the reviews from Dealer Reviews before finalizing a purchasing decision. The extended high roof edition offers 81.5 inches of interior height, the most spacious van for cargo ferrying.
The Transit features a 3.7-liter V6 with 266 horsepower engine for regular-gas models. The turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine takes advantage with better game mileage and there’s a 3.2-liter turbo diesel 5-cylinder engine for diesel models. It’s the perfect van for retail businesses frequently hauling large cargo.
Ford Transit Connect — Ford launched the Ford Transit Connect in Europe a decade before launching it in the U.S. market. It has quickly become one of the most popular cargo vans in Europe capable of ferrying goods and cargo for small businesses and manufacturing units. It’s offered with font-wheel drive, the same as most cargo vehicles sold in the U.S. market.
With its arrival in the U.S., Ford identified three key selling areas — as a business cargo vehicle with ample room, small downtime and an affordable price for a well-equipped vehicle. The Transit Connect also offers an advanced navigation system and provides optimum comfort passengers with leather upholstery. The comfort features are more advanced than the offerings on some upscale sedans.
Ford- F150 — As the best-selling vehicle in the United States, the F150 is a heavily muscled, versatile pick-up truck with a carrying capacity of 12,000 pounds. The cabin is well furnished and constructed of a superior quality aluminum alloy.
The F150 has unmatched performance. It can travel on any road and off-road surface with it has an impressive 0-60 miles per hour acceleration of 5.6 seconds. It’s powered by a 3.5-liter V6 with 365 horsepower. It’s a cargo beast that long haul heavy loads.
Article Last Updated: September 13, 2017.
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