With the 2014 Ford Transit coming with more available factory configurations than the E-Series ever offered, Ford has come up with a quick and easy way for customers to choose from numerous build combinations. To help display which body styles, wheelbases and roof heights can be equipped with one another, the "2014 Transit Combinator" gets the job done.

The Euro-style Transit allows for an amazing number of options including four body styles, four roof heights and six wheelbase/frame options, and the Combinator offers an easy drop-down menu allowing potential customers to research the van before it goes on sale this fall; of course, this doesn't even factor in the Transit's three possible engine options. Even if you're not sure which version of the full-size van you might need, the self-explanatory random configuration button is always there for assistance.


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      Basil Exposition
      • 1 Year Ago
      This van is seriously light-years ahead of its predecessor.
      Mr E
      • 1 Year Ago
      how much is the hot-tub option?
      adrenalnjunky
      • 1 Year Ago
      the website says unibody construction, but the cutaways appear to have a ladder frame. I'd be interested to see how that setup is done. Either way - I'll kinda be bummed that I can no longer order that diesel E-350 Sportsmobile rig I've been wishing I had.
        Dean Hammond
        • 1 Year Ago
        @adrenalnjunky
        You havent been able to for close to 5 years.......the diesel has been N/A for quite some time....good riddance to the 6.0 if you ask me....this WILL be avail with a smaller diesel though...will be interesting how quigley approaches this unit
          Shiftright
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Dean Hammond
          A 6.0 diesel seems ridiculous when bigger trucks in the erst of the world do just fine with engines half the size.
        gearhead18
        • 1 Year Ago
        @adrenalnjunky
        Remember the old Jeep Comanche? The Cherokee up front was unibody and it had a ladder frame grafted into the faux frame rails, I imagine this will be similar.
      Ricky
      • 1 Year Ago
      Commercial trucks are sweet.
      Jason
      • 1 Year Ago
      This isn't even half the combinations they have in Europe. Over there you get to pick RWD or FWD, there is a dually combination, and flat bed floats. Not to mention more diesel engines.
        Flash!
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jason
        The Transit hasn't been released here yet, so this is more of a preview than anything. Dually is available on some configs (listed as DRW) but not shown in the pictures. Also, flat beds are just chassis cabs. I agree that more engine options would be nice.
          ebn.hahn
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Flash!
          In Europe and Asia they also come is dump trucks. Very versetile (spelling!). I hope Ford offers the front wheel drive version Transit Wagon (passenger) in the US. It could eat some minivans lunch!!
        jwinters@whipnet.com
        @Jason
        The dually needs of the U.S. are already WELL taken care of. Know your market. *
      marv.shocker
      • 1 Year Ago
      Does anyone "dream" of a Ford Transit?
        CraigB
        • 1 Year Ago
        @marv.shocker
        I do, but I'm weird.
        telm12345
        • 1 Year Ago
        @marv.shocker
        I\'ll take a decked out one over a limo. Much more comfortable.
        Drakkon
        • 1 Year Ago
        @marv.shocker
        I really want a Euro Volvo Cab Over for my fleet of medium duty trucks. High tech, clean and much smaller in footprint than what is offered here.
      richard
      • 1 Year Ago
      Is a Transit fiddy?
      Matt C
      • 1 Year Ago
      Where's the 4wd ticky box?
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