2020 Ford Transit Atlanta GA 

2020 Ford Transit cargo van on construction site

Esteemed for its diverse range of space configurations, easy upfitting and a sterling reputation for efficiency, the Ford Transit has proven itself fit for moving just about any combination of passengers and cargo. For model year 2020, the Transit launches back into the market with an impressive refresh that cements the van's place on the best-selling list. Join us as we unwrap this lineup for an in-depth look at the 2020 Ford Transit near Atlanta, GA.

Reigning as America’s leading van for over 40 years, the Ford Transit remains a popular choice thanks largely to its wide range of configurations. On top of the Transit’s cargo van, passenger van, chassis cab and cutaway options, Ford debuts a new crew van to the lineup for MY 2020. The new crew van is tailored to move work crews and gear to the job site with ease with seating for five passengers plus ample cargo space in the back.



Feature Highlights of the 2020 Ford Transit 

The 2020 Ford Transit kicks off the engine line with an all-new 3.5-liter PFDi V6 gasoline engine. Next in the line, the available 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 gets carried over with 310 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. For drivers that prefer a diesel fix, the all-new 2.0-liter EcoBlue® bi-turbo diesel comes through with 211 horsepower and 369 lb-ft.

Each engine links to the new 10-speed automatic transmission, which brings enhanced output and efficiency. The Ford Transit offers standard rear-wheel drive, though drivers now can opt for the available all-wheel-drive system for better traction over tricky road conditions.

In an effort to increase on-road awareness, the 2020 Ford Transit raises the segment bar for driver assistance with a new range of safety technologies. With the now-standard Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite, all Transit models now feature Pre-Collision Assist with automatic emergency braking and Pedestrian Detection, forward collision warning, post-collision braking, a Lane-Keeping System and auto high-beam headlamps. Other new driver-assist features to join the Transit roster include adaptive cruise control, the front and rear split-view camera and an adjustable speed limiting device.