2018 Transit Passenger Wagon Versatility
If you're looking for a vehicle capable of getting your whole family to and from the lake, up to the cabin for the weekend, or if you need a couple extra seats in your work vehicle, the 2018 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon is the perfect vehicle for you. Thanks to its spacious interior, the 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon has seating capabilities for 8, 10, 12 and even 15 passengers! While you may not like the idea of spending a long period of time in close quarters with 14 family members, the 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon certainly gives you the opportunity. It could also be a great vehicle for those wanting to start a shuttle service.
In addition to the many different seating arrangements, the 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon also has multiple different engine options. Standard on the 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon is a 3.7L V6 engine. This powerful engine is able to crank out up to 275 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. Available on the 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon, the 3.5L EcoBoost engine provides a best-in-class gasoline torque rating of up to 400 lb-ft. This beast of an engine also cranks out 310 horsepower and features innovative engine technology to improve fuel economy.
2018 Transit Passenger Wagon Technology
The 2018 Transit Passenger Wagon is much more than just another van made to carry people around. It's been outfitted with some of the most innovative technologies in the industry that combine together to make your drive easy, convenient, and safe. Many of these technologies are the same ones that you would normally find on a four-door sedan or even an SUV or upper-trim truck. The designers and engineers at Ford knew that you wanted the best of the best in your next passenger van, and that's why they didn't skimp out on the technological advancements standard and available on the Transit Passenger Wagon.
One of these technologies, the available Lane-Keeping Alert, uses a camera located behind your rear-view mirror to monitor and read the markings on the road in front of you. After analyzing the markings, this system is capable of determining your exact position within your lane and can even alert you if it detects that you're beginning to unintentionally veer out of your lane. If you do begin to veer, your steering wheel will begin to vibrate much like when you drive over a rumble strip. This is your queue to steer back into your lane, or put your turn signal on.