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Driving Experience

New Transit Chassis Cab is packed with advanced technology designed to help you work smarter and more efficiently. For example, Electric Power-Assisted Steering adjusts to changing conditions to make steering light and easy at low speeds, and firmer at higher speeds. Whilst Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control helps make long drives on the motorway less tiring and more economical. And with Selectable Drive Modes, including Normal, Slippery, Mud/Rut, Tow/Haul, and the new EcoMode, you can tailor how your Transit handles to perfectly suit the task.

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Technology that sees what you can’t


The Blind Spot Information System uses radar sensors to see vehicles that may be hidden in your blind spot. They’re situated on either side of your New Transit and alert you with an orange light, clearly displayed in the side door mirror.

An advanced system to help you stay in your lane


The Lane Keeping System uses a forward-looking camera to detect if you’re unintentionally drifting out of lane. Lane Keeping Aid provides gentle steering torque assistance to help guide you back into your lane. If your wheel touches the line or edge of the road, Lane Keeping Alert vibrates the steering wheel and displays a visual warning. The technology automatically deactivates at speeds below 43 mph (64 kph), or can be turned off manually.

Spots the vehicles you might miss


Cross Traffic Alert is part of the new Blind Spot Information System. When you’re reversing out of a space and have limited visibility of the traffic situation, Cross Traffic Alert can detect oncoming vehicles and sound a warning. The technology illuminates a light in the wing mirror too (left or right depending on the direction of oncoming traffic), as well as displaying a warning on the multi-functional display.

Driver Alert System tells you when you’re getting tired


Driver Alert System constantly monitors your driving behaviour and is designed to detect any changes that could be caused by fatigue. If the system identifies you’re becoming less vigilant, a warning icon appears in the display, suggesting you take a break. If your driving alertness further declines, the message is repeated and combined with a chime.

Stress-free parking and easier reversing


Active Park Assist in the New Transit is able to effortlessly steer you into parking spots. Available in models with an automatic transmission, this smart technology makes parking easier than ever. After activation, you simply select a side of the road. When the system finds a suitable space, it will automatically steer you in, while all you do is operate the accelerator, gears and brake. The new rear-view camera has been mounted at the top of the New Transit to give a better view of whatever’s behind you. A screen built into the centre console reveals objects you might miss, and the system displays virtual lines to help you park in the smallest of spaces. The camera activates automatically when you select reverse gear.

Power-assisted steering that responds to every situation


Electric power-assisted steering automatically adjusts to your speed and the conditions. At low speeds, the system makes wheel turns feel lighter and easier, improving manoeuvrability. At high speeds, when you need greater control, it firms up the steering.

Sees what’s coming from either side


A tiny panoramic camera on the front of the vehicle relays a split-screen image to your Transit’s multi-function display so you can see vehicles, cyclists or pedestrians coming from either side. This front wide-view camera is invaluable if you’re edging out of a narrow parking space, or in a busy road where your view is obstructed.
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New LED daytime running lights for style and visibility


Highly energy efficient, these advanced daytime running lights provide a signature look that really sets new Transit apart: they’ll help get you noticed during the day and seen clearly at night.

Sees the road signs you might miss


Whether the signs are at the side of the road or above it, permanent or temporary, Traffic Sign Recognition can identify them. Icons for speed limits and no-overtaking signs are displayed on the instrument cluster, alerting you to changing restrictions.

Helping to keep you inside the speed limit


Intelligent Speed Assist works with Adaptive Cruise Control and is designed to enhance your speed control, enabling you to concentrate on the road. First, a front-facing camera automatically detects the current speed limit. If activated, the system adjusts your maximum speed setting to that limit.

Side Wind Stabilisation


Helps the driver to stay in lane in strong, gusty conditions by using the Electronic Stability Control system to sense when the vehicle is being affected by crosswinds.

Cruise control that automatically stops and restarts your Transit


Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go technology lets you choose the speed you want the system to maintain. If the built-in radar sensor detects a vehicle ahead, it will slow your vehicle to maintain a pre-set distance, and can even bring the vehicle to a complete stop in heavy traffic. Once the road in front is clear, the system will accelerate back up to your chosen speed.

Change the mode to suit the conditions


With Selectable Drive Modes, you can tailor how the Transit handles to suit a particular job or terrain. Choose from Normal mode, Slippery mode, Mud/Rut mode, Tow mode, and for maximum fuel efficiency, the new EcoMode.

Confidence in changeable conditions


When the going gets tough, nothing beats the sure-footed performance of all-wheel drive. Available on selected models, Transit’s intelligent AWD system helps you achieve smoother, more confident progress on challenging surfaces.
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Extra control during hill starts


Hill Start Assist temporarily stops you rolling backwards or forwards when making a hill start. The system works by maintaining pressure to the braking system for an extra 2-3 seconds, giving you more time and control as you move your foot from brake pedal to accelerator. It’s also useful when you’re stopping and starting on slippery surfaces.
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