Ford Transit began production in 1965 and continues to provide excellent value and reliability until the present day. The iconic Ford Transit has always retained a healthy lead in commercial vehicles sales in the UK and Europe and the latest mark VII model is no exception. With more luxury features included as standard, the Ford Transit is more practical and comfortable to drive than ever before.
No stranger to awards, in 2007 alone Ford Transit cars collected seventeen awards from motor industry organisations while 2008 and 2010 saw the Ford Transit win the What Van? Award.
In 2008 and 2009 Ford Transit romped home with the Motorhome Monthly Magazine's Best Base Vehicle Award and in 2010 Ford Transit won the Association of Fleet Operators Best Small Van Award.
Safety and security is of the upmost importance to Ford Transit cars so remote central locking, ESP (inc ABS), passive anti-theft system (PATS) immobiliser, key locking bonnet, solid steel rear doors and self-charging and waterproof key fob are issued as standard.
The 2012 version of the Ford Transit is more innovative than ever with the introduction of more green technology, new powertrains, improved exhaust treatment, advanced battery management (ABM) and a new generation of 2.2 litre Duratorq TDCi engines combined with six-speed transmission as standard ensures the latest Ford Transit sales model the best on the market.
With an average fuel consumption of 36/mpg and a CO2 208 g/km the Ford Transit gives remarkable value for money and remains the classic 'work horse' vehicle.
If you are thinking of buying a second-hand Ford Transit you can be sure you will be purchasing a durable, robust and versatile vehicle that is an asset to any business.