In 1961, the Ford Econoline made its way onto the streets of America.
After over fifty years of service as the go-to commercial van, the Ford E-Series is retiring.
Meet the 2014 Ford Transit.
This large commercial van is available in two different wheelbases, three different body lengths and heights, and either a cargo or passenger version.
Adding to its versatility, the 2014 Ford Transit is also available in three different engines—a 3.7-liter V6, a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, and a 3.2-liter Power Stroke engine.
The rear doors of the 2014 Ford Transit open up to 270 degrees and its cargo space is twice the size of its predecessor.
The 2014 Ford Transit will be produced outside of Kansas City Missouri, with an estimated arrival to dealerships across the nation by fall of 2013.
Europe has utilized the Ford Transit to make speedy deliveries in its overly congested roadways.
With an expected 25 percent increase in fuel economy than the Ford E-Series, maybe the 2014 Ford Transit can last even longer than fifty-two years.
Visit your local Staunton Virginia dealership, Paul Obaugh Ford, to preview or test drive the all-new 2014 Ford Transit.