wow, not bad for a commercial van.
possibly one of the best looking van on the market.
“concept” looks good
Hang on a minute, I thought with all this ‘One Ford’ bullsh!t the Transit and the North American E-series van platforms were going to be merged?? This One Ford seems to be more like one Ford for everyone else bar the US…
When I can buy a Mustang and an F150 in Australia for the same price they sell them in the USA then Ford can claim to be “ONE FORD”.
Well Mike Levine (Publicity Spokeman for Ford US) commented on a recent article on pickups .com about the Tourino that “The US version will look better”
US will be taking this generation of Transit. I hope its been beefed up to tow and carry more, maybe take some bigger engines than the current model.
I think the dashboard could do with a few more buttons
The Transit is available in FWD and RWD, this is the FWD version of the next generation. The States will be getting the heavy duty RWD version, which hasn’t debuted yet
Everything looks like something from Toyota now, a Hiace to be exact, not good!
The air con switches are in the wrong place, will need a long arm.
The triangular hole near the gear stick must be for the sandwich.
looks good, but i wouldn’t take one over a hiace.
hiace are just beasts of the trade. without hiaces, australia stops.
Hiace has been outshone by the Hyundai iLoad and iMax. Superior space and exceptional turbodiesel engine option with five speed auto and traction control which Toyota cannot match.
Hiace are obsolete.
@ Tee Jay
If you think this looks like a Hiace then …..
Nice van Ford, bring it here to replace the ageing Econovan/Transit!
A competitor for the iLoad maybe.
Will we ever see it here?
What the heck is the point of a numeric keypad with numbers 0-9 on it?
Do you need a keypad with a “10″ on it ???
Its used in conjunction with bluetooth and allows you to dial telephone numebers