You’re always on the go. And the 2022 Ford Transit Passenger Van is built to keep up. It offers you a choice of engines to power your drive. Plus, enhanced handling and traction capabilities with available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. And convenient features like a power sliding door to make getting in and out a little easier. So you get a vehicle that shows that remarkable design can lead to remarkable adventures.
Not all road conditions are picture-perfect. Sometimes you’re going to drive on dirt or gravel or snow or rain. And the 2022 Transit is up to the task with available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD). AWD balances torque between the front and rear wheels to enhance handling and maximize traction, typically before wheel slip can even occur, providing added confidence. Plus, it’s designed not to affect load height or step-in height. So it’s just as easy to get in and out of the vehicle.
Both Transit engines deliver their power through an advanced 10-speed automatic transmission that is custom-designed for the underbody and steering structure. It also offers features for accelerated warm-up for reduced cold-start fuel consumption. And it features five Selectable Drive Modes.
The 3.5L EcoBoost® engine features auto start-stop technology which can help lower vehicle emissions during city driving when your vehicle comes to a stop. The engine shuts off and then seamlessly restarts when you step on the accelerator.
It’s one thing to have space for the whole family. * It’s another to have space for all their gear. But the 2022 Ford Transit is more than up to the task. It offers ample cargo capacity designed for a busy family on the go.
The exterior of the 2022 Transit is designed to be subtle, but high on functionality. An appealing front fascia that features a honeycomb mesh grille, available fog lamps for greater visibility and available chrome-trimmed halogen headlamps with autolamp. Because it’s one thing to be tough and capable; it’s another to look good doing it.
You might not think of manually turning your high beams on or off every time you need to. That’s why the driver-activated standard Auto High-Beam Headlamps are so helpful — they can do that for you, automatically.10 When you’re on a dark road with no traffic, the high beams come on. But when a vehicle is approaching with headlamps on or traveling ahead with taillamps visible, the system will dim to low beams to reduce glare.
Entry made easy. The driver and front-passenger A-pillar assist handles give you support while climbing in and out of Transit.
The steering wheel in the 2022 Transit can be unlocked so that you can tilt, telescope and adjust it for a more comfortable ride.
With FordPass™ Connect,5 you and your passengers can enjoy an available 4G LTE in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot, powered by AT&T. Up to 10 devices can connect at once, and you can access the hotspot up to 50 feet outside the vehicle. Now you can stay connected, even as you roam the highways.
Bring everyone along for the ride. Because you can configure Transit to seat up to 15 people.
Bumper to Bumper: 3-Years/36,000 Miles • Powertrain: 5-Years/60,000 Miles • Corrosion: 5-Years/Unlimited Miles • Hybrid/Electric Drivetrain Components: 8-Years/100,000 Miles • Diesel Engine: 5-Years/100,000 Miles • Roadside Assistance: 5-Years/60,000 Miles
Available Adaptive Cruise Control goes beyond the capability of conventional cruise control, employing both radar and camera technology. Adaptive Cruise Control lets you set a cruising speed and distance from the vehicle in front of you, an especially helpful feature in slow traffic conditions. When traffic ahead slows down, you automatically do too, when traffic picks back up, you can resume your preset speed and distance.
It happens to the best of drivers. A moment of distraction — and you start drifting. But standard Lane-Keeping System* can assist you with a camera that scans the lane markings ahead should this occur. The system has three modes: available Lane-Keeping Alert warns you with steering wheel vibrations that simulate driving over a rumble strip. Lane-Keeping Aid applies steering torque to direct you back to the center of the lane. You can set the system to activate either the Alert or Aid mode or both. And there’s Driver Alert that sends out warnings in the message center when it detects repeated lane drifts — a reminder to pull over and take a break.
It’s rush hour on the interstate. You’re towing a trailer. And you need to change lanes. If this situation sounds daunting, it usually is. But available Blind Spot Assist 1.0 can help ease lane-change anxiety – even with a trailer in tow. It can alert you not only when a vehicle is spotted in your blindspot but also when one is alongside the trailer.