Transit VanWagon

Versatility

THE RIGHT FEATURES TO GET YOUR JOB DONE.

Configure a Transit Cargo Van with the combination of load-floor length and roof height for the cargo volume and payload capacity you need. The Ford Transit is designed for capability and flexibility – and engineered to Built Ford Tough® standards for durability. 
2019 ford transit cargo van at the farmers market
Three roof heights

THREE AVAILABLE ROOF HEIGHTS

The 2019 Transit Cargo Van is available with a low, medium or high roof.

AVAILABLE WHEELBASES AND BODY LENGTHS

The Transit Cargo Van offers a choice of two wheelbases and three body lengths to fit your needs.
Different wheelbases and heights shown in stone gray
Transit cargo van interior with upfitted shelving

EASE OF UPFITTING

The Ford Transit Cargo Van is built in Kansas City, Mo.,* there are numerous upfitters located conveniently across Canada. The upshot? Your vehicle is delivered to the upfitter quickly and completed promptly.
*Assembled in the USA with domestic and foreign parts.
Rear swing open cargo doors

CARGO DOOR CONFIGURATIONS

In addition to three roof heights, two wheelbases and three body lengths to choose from, the versatile Transit Cargo Van also offers various door options. Configure your van to suit your business needs with available passenger-side 60/40 hinged cargo doors or optional passenger-side sliding door. If your job calls for working from both sides, dual sliding side cargo doors are available. There’s also rear hinged 50/50 cargo doors that swing open 180- degrees on the 130-inch wheelbase model and 253-degrees on the 148-inch wheelbase model.