Is the Ford Transit 260 front wheel drive?

On test here is the front wheel drive, short wheelbase Transit 260, offering 125bhp from its common rail powerplant and 210lb-ft of torque. It comes head-to-head with the light panel vans such as Vauxhall Vivaro, Renault Trafic and Mercedes-Benz Vito.

What are the standard features on a Ford Transit?

Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS) comes standard in all Transit models. This system monitors and adapts to road conditions to make turning the wheel easy. Front Bumper – Body Colored. Includes Front Fog Lamps Rear Bumper – Carbon Black, with integral step. Optional on Low Roof Privacy Glass. Includes Rear-window Defroster

What kind of transmission does a Ford Transit have?

From the 10-speed automatic transmission and a choice of available engines to smart technology that helps drive confidence, the Transit was built with your productivity, comfort and bottom line in mind. Looking for a van that can accommodate multiple passengers?

Where is the Ford Transit made?

The Ford Transit is built in Kansas City, Missouri,* with 13 upfitters located conveniently within 30 miles of the assembly plant.

How fast can a Ford Transit GO?

With 125bhp on tap (to the TDi’s maximum 100bhp) and this model the smallest and lightest of all Transits, it fairly flies along and will hit 100mph without too much of a problem – a point worth bearing in mind if your company logo happens to be on the side of the van.

What’s so great about the Ford Transit?

What is impressive is the large amount of plastic at front and rear which should keep the Transit blissfully free of annoying knocks and dents, although it doesn’t have any side-rubbing strips.

Is the Ford Transit back in the driving seat?

The Ford Transit has taken its fair share of knocks over the years and looked at one stage as though it could be seriously challenged. But the new engines and standard airbag and ABS brakes have put Transit firmly back in the driving seat.