Changes for the 2017 Ford Transit include a new center console designed to make it easier to access the rear of the vehicle, a better standard audio system with four speakers, and an available power running board.
The 2016 Ford Transit receives the new Sync 3 audio upgrade, as well as additional configurations including dual sliding side doors.
About Ford Transit 150 Wagon
The 2017 Ford Transit comes in two main versions: the work-and-cargo-oriented Transit, and the passenger-friendly Transit Wagon. Both versions of this European-style high-roof van come in a wide variety of configurations, offering up to 15-passenger seating, tons of cargo room, or both. Engine choices include a turbocharged V6 engine, a 5-cylinder diesel engine, or a 3.7-liter V6 that can be configured to run on compressed natural gas (CNG). It's no surprise that the Transit is available with a wide array of options, allowing buyers to customize their new work vans with various cargo-area treatments, seating arrangements, and even things like power running boards. That doesn't even include the dizzying array of options available through Ford from various upfitters.