AED 104,895 incl. VAT
3 SEATS
2.2L Duratorq®
125 HP/350 NM
6.5 L/100 KM

New Ford Transit Custom

Transit Custom is designed to take a long working day in its stride. Powered by Ford's latest 2.2L Duratorq® TDCi engine, payload capacity of up to 1452 kg, cargo volume of 8.3 m3 (cubic meters) and customizable space options, Transit Custom is compact and a perfect fit for every business.



SPECIFICATIONS

Transit Custom is powered by Ford's latest 2.2L Duratorq® TDCi engine, available in 100 net HP (74W) with 310 N.m of net torque and in 125 net HP (92 KW)with 350 N.m of net torque. All models come with a 6-speed manual transmission.

CAPABILITIES

  • Transit Custom has a payload capacity of up to 1,452 kg, a maximum cargo volume of 8.3m (cubic meters), and a wide space between the wheel arches - allowing for storage of 1.2mx2.4m boards vertically or horizontally. Choose from a short-wheelbase (SWB) or a long-wheelbase (LWB), and a Low Roof (LR) or High Roof (HR).
  • The load-through bulkhead lets you carry cargo with a total length of up to 3.4 meters - including pipes, ladders and carpet rolls - in a dry and secure environment.
  • The tough, rubber-insulated floor enhances durability and makes it easier to keep your load space clean. Fixing points and eight tie-down loops are positioned on the body sides, leaving the floor clear for easier loading, unloading and cleaning.


SAFETY & SECURITY

  • The Electronic Stability Program (ESP) senses variation from your driving line and automatically helps correct your position on the road by reducing available torque and making brake adjustments to each wheel.
  • Roll Movement Intervention helps Transit Custom stay upright during emergency evasive maneuvers and sharp turns. Sensors in the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system detect instability during these situations and cut off power to the front wheels, leading to reduction in wheel torque along with applying emergency brakes - thereby helping to stabilize the vehicle and prevent it from rolling over.

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