Ford announces enhancements to van lineup for 2017

Ford announces enhancements to van lineup for 2017

Ford has announced several enhancements to its lineup of vans that will be made available for the 2017 model year.

New features that will be available for Ford’s 2017 vans include a walk-through center console and power running board options added for the 2017 Ford Transit; SYNC 3 communications and entertainment system for 2017 Ford Transit Connect cargo van and Transit Connect Wagon; and a 6.2-liter V8 engine for 2017 Ford E-Series stripped chassis and cutaway.

Ford will also offer a choice of 64 configurations, up from 58 in the previous model year. Some of the newly available configurations include Transit 350 regular-wheelbase van, and chassis cab and cutaway, with single rear wheel and 9,500-lb. GVWR. The 3.7-liter engine will now be standard on dual-rear wheel van and wagon models, lowering the base price and providing the option of CNG or LPG capability.

 

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