It's more than a van.
It's your ticket to adventure.

Computer-generated images with available features and/or aftermarket equipment shown throughout.

Transit Stands Ready To Help You Realize Your Passion.

When it comes to an adventure van, it's all about customizing it to fit your lifestyle. With Ford Transit, you're building on a vehicle that can tackle any type of adventure, big or small, while making it easy to apply your personal stamp. You'll discover the tremendous value, outstanding features and the large service and support network that Ford has to offer, to ensure we are the perfect partner as you hit the open road.

Considering a DIY Adventure Van Build?

Choose the Adventure Van Prep Package that includes features like adaptive cruise control, reverse sensing system and much more.

Pick from available features like swivel seats, spacious high roof or an auxiliary fuel port. The fuel port allows for easy installation of aftermarket heaters, welcomed for cold weather outings.

Explore The Features That Make Ford Transit A Smart Choice.

Intelligent All-Wheel Drive1

Available

To help you feel more confident and secure in snowy or muddy conditions, intelligent AWD on the Ford Transit is a must have. AWD along with Selectable Drive Modes: Normal, Eco, Slippery, Tow/Haul and Mud/Ruts can help you avoid getting stuck in remote places.

Auto High-Beam Headlamps1

Standard

Auto High-Beam Headlamps can detect poor lighting and switch them on for you, helping you see the road less traveled. They can also sense oncoming headlamps and dim automatically for other drivers.

Front and Rear Split-View Cameras1

Available

This technology supplies a 180-degree view in front of or behind your Transit. It lets you see to the left and right before you have a line of sight and provides visibility during parking maneuvers.

Side Wind Stabilization1,7

Standard

This technology is designed to help reduce driver stress during freeway driving in high winds. The system monitors sensors and, if a strong wind gusts is detected, it carefully applies the brakes on one side to help the driver stay in his/her lane.

Keyless-Entry Keypad

Available

Leave your keys behind in the Transit during outdoor activities because the industry-exclusive SecuriCode Keypad allows owners to lock and unlock the driver door by entering a unique passcode.

Adaptive Cruise Control1,6,7

Available

Adaptive Cruise Control can maintain your selected speed and preset gap from the vehicle in front of you. If it detects traffic ahead slowing, your vehicle slows. When things clear, it can resume your set speed.

FordPass Connect

Standard

With FordPass Connect 4G Wi-Fi Modem and Bluetooth, you're connected. Add your VIN to the app to lock/unlock your doors, start/stop your engine, create a start schedule and more from anywhere life takes you.

Enhanced Active Park Assist1,5

Available

This feature makes it easier to park - even in tight parallel or reverse perpendicular spots. Its sensors not only detect an appropriate spot, the system steers the vehicle into it while you control the brake, accelerator and shifter.

Rear View Camera with Trailer Hitch Assist1

Standard

Our Rear View Camera helps provide a great view of what's behind your vehicle, helping you navigate in reverse with more confidence. It also can help when lining up a trailer.

BLIS Trailer Coverage1,4

Available

BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) alerts you to vehicles detected in your blind spots and alongside you. Cross-Traffic Alert detects traffic behind your vehicle as you're slowly backing up.

Lane-Keeping System1,3

Standard

If you drift out of your lane, our Lane- Keeping System is designed to alert you with a steering wheel vibration when it detects an unintended lane departure.

Pre-Collision Assist Technology1,2,7

Standard

The Pre-Collision Assist Technology with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) feature scans the road ahead and can alert you to potential collisions. If an impact is imminent, and you don't take action, brakes can apply automatically. It's designed to only activate when needed.

Tire Pressure Monitor System1

Standard

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on your vehicle can help alert you if any tire is under-inflated. However, you should still regularly manually check the inflation of your tires with a tire gauge.

  • Disclaimers
    1. Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and the need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner's Manual for details and limitations.
    2. Pre-collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection (active at speeds up to 50 mph.) detects pedestrians, but not in all conditions, and can help avoid or reduce a collision. It does not replace safe driving.
    3. Lane-Keeping System does not control steering.
    4. Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner's Manual for details and limitations. Cross-traffic alert is not operable when a trailer is connected.
    5. Non-angled parking spaces. Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.
    6. If stop is longer than three seconds, driver must intervene and press "RES" button or accelerator pedal to resume system operation.
    7. Remember that even advance technology cannot overcome the laws of physics. It's always possible to loose control of a vehicle due to inappropriate driver input for the conditions.