If you don’t want the larger Transit van then Ford’s Transit Custom is the one for you. Second in the line-up of the 2013/14 ‘Kinetic’ design Transit range, this good looking medium sized van is capable of carrying the tools (and we don’t mean the staff) a few 8×4 sheets either flat or standing and most other things you want to chuck in the back, as well as three people upfront…. and that’s just the short wheel base.
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With the emphasis on practicality, design, comfort and economy, Ford’s new Transit Custom doesn’t disappoint in any of these areas. With a choice of 2 wheelbases powered by Ford’s 2.2 litre TCDi diesel engine in 100SP, 125PS and 155PS averaging a combined fuel consumption in the mid 40’s mpg and low C02 emissions, you’ll find driving the very car-like Transit Custom both easy and quiet…even on motorways. Payloads range from 683kg to a whopping 1507kg making this a very practical and capable van too and with 30,000 mile or 2 year service intervals it should be spending most of its time where it belongs…on the road.
The interior has also been stepped up a few notches from what we’d normally expect from a van with a cabin quality and feel much more like we’d expect from a car. We think the competition have a lot of catching up to do if they want to compete with this van!
Good looking, practical, comfortable and cheap to run…what more can you ask!
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