2019 Ford Transit – With the stopping of the sale of all models of cars in the United States, except two, to focus on crossovers, SUVs, trucks and commercial vehicles, it makes sense that the automaker gives a new face to his big van Transit. Photographed Transit caught the slightly camouflaged Transit in Dearborn, Michigan, the heart of Ford’s R & D.
2019 Ford Transit Engine
Most of the new features are shared with the car: two new engines, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder direct-injection engine producing approximately 160 hp and 146 lb-ft, and a new 1.5-liter turbo-diesel called “EcoBlue”, which has still be evaluated, but should reach 30 mpg highway fuel economy. Things that extend from the 2018 Transit Connect van include the option of two wheelbases and two rear door styles (180-degree barn doors or a hatchback) and a towing capacity of 2,000 pounds.
Ford Transit 2019 Redesign
The changes 2019 Ford Transit about as minimal as possible for a facelift. There is a new front clip with a revised grid that now has a more aggressive form than the outgoing model. The fog lights are now added below, and the lighthouses are getting a modest update. The new bumper will add the necessary radar and sensors to the parking assistance and cruise control functions. And that’s all for updates. The back remains unchanged with its massive doors.
Stoehr’s insurance rates are expected to come down due to a series of new driver assistance features, which are featured by the standard front-impact collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking with assistance to the driver. dynamic braking. These features and the attenuation of side winds are all standard. Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Lane Keeping Assist are also available. Finally, standard Ford MyKey technologies allow fleet managers to pre-set warnings, set speed limits, and limit audio volume.