2020 Ford Transit vs 2019 Ford Transit 

2020 Ford Transit vs 2019 Ford Transit

After 40 years of market dominance, the Ford Transit keeps the momentum going with a long list of updates for model year 2020. On top of two robust new engine options, the newest Transit emerges with a number of new intelligent features. Read on to learn more about what’s new in the 2020 Ford Transit when we stack it against its most recent predecessor, the 2019 Ford Transit.

In addition to cargo van, passenger van, chassis cab and cutaway configurations, a new crew van joins the Transit lineup. The new cabin style is designed to help businesses move work crews and gear to the job site with a two-row, five-passenger layout that packs ample cargo space in the back.



2020 Ford Transit 

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2019 Ford Transit 

$24,275  Starting MSRP  $24,100 

3.5L PFDi V6

3.5L EcoBoost®

2.0L EcoBlue® Bi-Turbo Diesel

Engine Options 

3.7L Ti-VCT V6

3.5L EcoBoost® V6

3.2L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel

RWD or AWD  Drive Type  RWD
Available Ford Co-Pilot360™  Not Available

New Features and Enhancements of the 2020 Ford Transit 

Transit drivers can now look forward to next-level confidence on the road. The 2020 Ford Transit packs a whole new array of driver assistance features, including standard Pre-Collision Assist with automatic emergency braking and available Ford Co-Pilot360™ technologies. On top of standard rear-wheel drive, drivers now also have the option to upgrade to the available all-wheel drive system for enhanced traction over ice, snow or mud roads.

The new standard FordPass Connect™ modem offers seamless 4G LTE Wi-Fi for up to 10 devices at a time, keeping you and your passengers connected on the road.

Under the hood, the 2020 Ford Transit comes standard with an all-new 3.5-liter PFDi V6 gasoline engine. Drivers can also opt for the available 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine or the all-new 2.0-liter EcoBlue® bi-turbo diesel. All engines on the roster pair with the Transit’s new 10-speed automatic transmission, which has been designed for improved fuel efficiency. The new engines replace the 3.2-liter diesel and 3.7-liter V6 from the 2019 lineup.