Ford has recently brought the 2014 Transit lineup to the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
The all-new 2014 Ford Transit lineup will replace the outdated E-series commercial van and the new model will be available in three body lengths, in three roof heights, in two wheelbase lengths and with a choice of three engines, in order to suit the needs of just about any customer out there. Ford says that the smallest roof height stands at 56 inches, being followed by the 72 inches of the medium roof and by the 81.5 inches of the high roof, while the wheelbase measures 129.9 inches and the longer one is stretched to 147.6 inches.
The cargo volume in the 2014 Ford Transit starts at 250 cubic feet and it can go all the way up to 500 cubic feet. The body styles of the model are standard and extended. The cheapest version of the 2014 Ford Transit will get a 3.7 liter gasoline V6 engine under its hood but if you’re a fan of the EcoBoost units than you should know that an optional 3.5 liter V6 is also available. Diesel lovers will be able to order the 3.2 liter Power Stroke engine. All units are mated to the six-speed automatic transmission. Besides from the 2014 Ford Transit, the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Van, along with the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon, have also been brought to the North American automotive event.