2022 Ford Transit Lineup: Now in Moose Jaw
When you think of light commercial vehicles, chances are the image in your head is a Ford Transit. This vehicle type has dominated the industry and has regularly been the best-selling product.
It could be its versatility or the fact that it reliably gets the job done, making the Transit a term synonymous with any van of that size. The early models date back to the 50s and 60s, and while the 2022 models that you’ll find at Moose Jaw share some similarities, they offer customers even more.
Types of Ford Transit
There’s a type of Transit to suit all sorts of requirements in the Moose Jaw lineup.
There are two Transit Connect vehicles, the cargo van and the passenger wagon, so you can easily narrow down your options by knowing if you’re mostly transporting people or goods. Even within those categories, there are different sizes, with the XL and XLT cargo models. The volume of cargo space is 3,608L.
For the passenger wagon vehicles, you can choose between the XL, XLT, and Titanium options. Whichever vehicle type you choose, it’ll come with large side panels ideal for displaying your business logo and name. They also come with Ford Co-Pilot 360 technology, including several driver-assist features.
If you’re looking for more space and even more flexibility, the Ford Transit Commercial could be the solution. Options include the cargo van, crew van, passenger van XL, and passenger van XLT. The cargo van allows you to choose between three lengths and roof heights and two different wheelbases so that you can match the storage to your needs.
Modems come as standard on the 2022 Ford Transit, which means you can access all the latest tech and tools. Vehicle health data and other forms of tracking via telematics can help you keep your vehicles or your whole fleet on the road and in good condition.
Can you improve on perfection? The best-selling van in Canada is embracing the new way of doing things and has gone electric. The E-Transit comes with the relevant products and support to run an efficient and hardworking electric vehicle.
It’s been designed with a range of 203 km, and there are options to have Pro Power Onboard, which can charge your tools between jobs, even while you’re on the road. It has the same choice of lengths and roof heights as the gas version and comes as a cutaway or chassis cab model.
The final Transit in our lineup is the Cutaway (CA) and Chassis Cab (CC) options, which are also available in electric models. There’s also a choice of 3.5L PFDi V6 or 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engines.
Options like intelligent all-wheel-drive and a range of GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) and payload ratings make it possible to match your vehicle to your business needs. The cab-to-axle connection means no extra parts are required. However, you can find motorhome and ambulance prep packages to adapt vehicles to those specific needs.