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Versatile, upfit ready and Built Ford Tough to handle all the demands of your business, the Ford Transit stands out among competitors as a top choice for work needs. This year, the lineup gains new aluminum wheels, a White Gold paint option and front wheel well liners. Plus, the 3.7-liter V6 has been made standard on all Transit models.
For businesses that select the more compact Transit Connect, there are some notable changes, too. The XL and XLT now offer an optional roof rack and roof rails, while the Transit Connect XLT offers a SYNC 3 system with navigation and a 6.5-inch touchscreen. Continue our 2017 Ford Transit review below to learn more.
Visit us to explore the 2017 Ford Transit in Duluth! This capable hauler is offered in base, XL and XLT trim grades that can be had as cargo or passenger vans. At max capacity, the cargo model offers 487.2 cubic feet of space for your equipment, while the extended-length passenger model has the ability to carry up to 15 people. With three roof heights, three lengths and two wheelbase options, Transit offers the versatility needed to fit your business needs exactly.
Transit Connect models can be had in XL, XLT and Titanium (passenger wagon only) trim grades. In addition to offering greater maneuverability with a best-in-class 36.1-foot turning radius, the Transit Connect provides a solid 128.6 cubic feet of max cargo volume.
When you test drive a 2017 Ford Transit in the Atlanta area, take a trial run with each of its engines. There are three powerplants to choose from, including the standard 275-horsepower 3.7L V6 and 310-hp 3.5L EcoBoost with a class-leading 400 lb.-ft. of torque. If you're looking for a "clean-burning" engine, Transit is also available with a 3.2L Power Stroke turbo-diesel. In addition, for shoppers who choose the Transit Connect, a capable 2.5L Duractec engine comes standard and it produces 169 hp and 171 lb.-ft. of torque.
Transit's standard safety features include but are not limited to a rearview camera, trailer stability control, anti-lock disc brakes, driver and passenger airbags, and Safety Canopy side-curtain airbags. On the Transit Connect, safety equipment includes torque vectoring control, tire pressure monitoring, airbags for the front driver and passenger, and first row curtain airbags.
See the rest of our 2017 Ford Transit review below to compare other commercial vans and check out a video tour!
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