Ford Transit 150 Van

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2015 Ford Transit 150 Van What's new for 2015? 
2015 Ford Transit 150 Van

The 2015 Ford Transit is all-new for 2015. From the ground up, the new Transit steps in to fill the hole the E-Series work van leaves behind after more than five decades in production.

About Ford Transit 150 Van

In order to stand out in a crowded work-van segment among the likes of the Ram ProMaster, Nissan NV and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the all-new 2015 Ford Transit Van (for cargo) and Transit Wagon (for passengers) offer oceans of variety: three roof heights, two wheelbases (regular – 129.9 inches, and long – 147.6 inches), and six body lengths. You can also configure the Transit to haul from eight to 15 passengers, and choose from three engine choices – all paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission. A 3.7-liter V-6 is standard, but Ford expects the popular choice to be the 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost. The 3.2-liter Power Stroke 5-cylinder diesel engine is ideal for people who plan on driving long distances from job to job.

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Consumer Reviews

Not the best

By on Thursday, November 26, 2015

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 38,000

10 5.0
overall rating 5 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
5/10
Value
4/10
Reliability
5/10
Quality
2/10
Performance
6/10
Styling
5/10
Comfort
3/10

Pros: "Good MPG, rides nice"

Cons: "Just too much to mention here, read review"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 3

"The much vaunted upgrade is only really good on mileage, assuming you get very far. I just turned 36,00 miles after a year of commercial driving, rear brakes, gone! They are small to begin with and I got 2 days warning there was a problem, scored the discs as well but if you have to get them replaced be ready to pay dearly as the axle has to come off ($400-$500 bill not including the pads and changing the transaxle fluid. Ford didn't offer me anything as I had just turned 36k miles (I was 152 miles past) and by the way that earlier price was not a dealership cost so tack on another $200-$300. The front brakes are at about 35% so will need to be done soon as well. I expected at least 75k miles before brakes, I'm a professional driver and very easy on brakes so this is unusual I think. I'm getting a series of popping sounds out of the steering column now too and have no idea what it may be, not sense taking it to Ford as I'm out of warranty. The interior set up is not great, yeah they have like 6 places to put your drink (I'm not kidding) and a cubby for your cellphone as long as it's not wider than an iphone, if you have a Galaxy Note or similar forget it. There are two power outlets and a USB (part of upgrade stereo hd and sirius)The steering wheel controls make no sense, there is no mute button for stereo because they assume you will be using the Sync System but frankly I don't want my conversations to be heard by everyone in the vehicle (It's used as a transporter for wheelchair patients) and being that I'm tall and have to keep the seat all the way back I have to lean forward to turn off stereo when a call comes in (I wear a bluetooth). The leather seats are not very padded and are only about 4-5" thick and by the way the battery is under your seat cushion, it's supposed to tilt up to access but really I don't like the idea of a battery under my rear end. Its not all bad, the mileage is pretty good as long as you don't use the AC too much (I live in Arizona) you can expect 13 to 15 mpg which is still 25% better than my old E Series. It drives well but can be ginchy in high wind because of the raised roof. I wish I had another choice but I've heard the Promaster has it's issues too as well as the Mercedes so there you go."

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