The Ford full-size van delivers the right features to help you get your job done.

Configure a Transit Cargo Van or Passenger Wagon with the combination of load floor length and height for the cargo volume/payload or passenger capacity you need. The Ford Transit is designed for capability and flexibility – and engineered to Built Ford Tough® standards for durability.


Ford Transit has been subjected to seven million customer-equivalent miles of brutal testing in our labs and proving grounds, on roads and highways across America, at temperature extremes from -40 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Our objective was simple: make sure Transit could take on the toughest challenges of strength and dependability.

Transit Models

The Transit does everything from hauling cargo to transporting people. The passenger wagon is available in 8-, 10-, 12- and 15-passenger models. Both van and passenger wagon models are available in three roof heights and three body lengths. Medium- and high-roof vans offer dual side sliding doors.

Three Roof Heights

Pick the amount of cargo space you need. The 130-inch wheelbase has a low roof height of 83" and a medium height of 100". Transit 148 inch wheelbase has a low roof height of 83”, medium height of 100" and a high roof over 110". If you choose the 148-inch wheel/extended body model, your roof height will be 109”.

Wheelbases and Body Lengths

The Transit offers a variety of wheelbases and body lengths to fit your needs, whether you’re carrying cargo or transporting people.



The Ford Transit is built in Kansas City,* with 12 upfitters located conveniently within 30 miles of the assembly plant. This means fast delivery to the upfitter of your choice to get you back on the job quickly.


Transit low-roof models come with passenger-side 60/40 hinged cargo doors or optional sliding door, while the medium- and high-roof models have a standard passenger-side sliding cargo door. If your job calls for working from both sides, dual sliding side cargo doors are available on medium- and high-roof cargo vans. The rear hinged 50/50 cargo doors swing open 180 degrees on the 130-inch wheelbase model and 237 degrees on the 148-inch wheelbase model.


The available battery guard helps keep you from getting stranded with a dead battery. Set a time for battery use without the engine running, create profiles for battery use (heavy or light use, with and without additional batteries) and protect your battery from starter motor overload.

Unibody Construction

The Transit Cargo Van and Passenger Wagon are built with lightweight yet strong unibody construction. Front, rear and side rails are welded with the floor pan, crossmembers and torque boxes to form a single body. Unibody construction, while lighter in weight than body-on-frame, yields tremendous strength and durability. It’s built with high-strength steel as well as boron steel in select areas.
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