The New Ford Transit Chassis Cab is the ultimate in Transit flexibility. The van can be tailored to suit your specific business needs, whether you need a flat-bed, tipper, refrigerated vehicle, or almost anything else. Whatever your demands, this is the toughest, most dependable and most durable Transit Chassis Cab ever.
Set your own pace with Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control. The system can identify the prevailing speed limit and automatically maintain your selected speed within the limit detected. Advanced radar technology scans for slower traffic in front of you, and can automatically adjust your speed to maintain a pre-set gap from the vehicle ahead. When the traffic has cleared, your vehicle will resume its pre-selected speed.
The New Transit Chassis Cab is now available with a FordPass Connect modem††. The system unlocks a range of powerful benefits, including up to 4G WiFi‡‡ for up to ten devices, and real-time traffic updates** delivered straight to your SYNC 3 navigation system. When combined with the FordPass app on your phone, you’ll be able to check if you remembered to lock the doors, and then lock or unlock them remotely. You can also monitor the status of your vehicle and even check to see if any maintenance is required.
Featuring a range of advanced 2.0-litre Ford EcoBlue diesel engines, the New Transit Chassis Cab is more powerful and more efficient than ever. With four powertrains available, offering up to 185 PS of horsepower, you’re guaranteed to find the one that best meets your specific needs.
Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection uses RADAR and camera technology to scan the road ahead. If a collision risk with a vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist is detected, it’ll then provide you with a warning. If you don’t respond in time, the system can automatically apply up to full braking force to help reduce the severity of, or even eliminate, some frontal collisions. Emergency Brake Assist helps your vehicle achieve maximum braking effectiveness in an emergency situation. The system senses how much pressure you’ve applied to the brake yourself and automatically increases it, if necessary. Technology shown is optional.