Ford Transit Van Models and Transit Van History
Serving as a completely clean slate in North America when Ford concluded more than five decades of production of their Econoline/E-Series large vans, the new-for-2015 Transit Van delivered a number of features commercial buyers. Derived from Europe but assembled in Missouri for the North American market, 2015 Ford Transit Van was introduced with 47 possible configuration choices. Three overall length options and three roof heights could be applied to a 130-inch and 148-inch wheelbase. Up to 487.3 cubic feet of storage capacity can be secured inside the Ford Transit Van while the highest roof option allows most adults to stand upright in the cargo area. The 2015 version of the large Ford van was offered with two gasoline engines as well as a 3.2-liter Power Stroke diesel. A rearview camera system became standard equipment on the 2016 Transit Van line along with a front dome-shaped interior light. Dual sliding doors were also added expanding the available configuration options. For 2017, dual rear-wheel models received a 3.7-liter Ti-VCT V-6 engine as base equipment while side wind stabilization technology was made standard across the van range. A heavy-duty cargo flooring option has been introduced to the 2018 Ford Transit Van.