Ford Transit Custom
|Ford Transit Custom|
Ford Tourneo Custom|
Ford New Transit (China)
Kocaeli, Turkey (Ford Otosan)|
Nanchang, China (Jiangling)
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Light commercial vehicle (M)|
Van (Transit Custom)|
Crew cab van (Transit Custom)
Minivan/Minibus (Transit Custom Kombi, Tourneo Custom)
|Layout||Transverse front engine, front wheel drive|
|Engine||2.2 L Duratorq I4 (diesel)|
2,933 mm (115.5 in) (SWB)|
3,300 mm (129.9 in) (LWB)
4,972 mm (195.7 in) (SWB)|
5,339 mm (210.2 in) (LWB)
1,986 mm (78.2 in) (ex. mirrors)|
2,290 mm (90.2 in) (inc. mirrors)
1,922–2,017 mm (75.7–79.4 in) (low roof)|
2,280–2,381 mm (89.8–93.7 in) (high roof)
|Kerb weight||1,786–2,020 kg (3,937–4,453 lb)|
The Ford Transit Custom is a mid-sized, front wheel drive van produced by Ford Europe since 2012. It replaces as a standalone model the smaller front wheel drive versions of the fourth generation Ford Transit. As with the rest of the Transit lineup, the better appointed passenger versions are branded Tourneo Custom.
It was unveiled at the 2012 Commercial Vehicle Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England. Currently, the Transit Custom is not sold in the United States and Canada, but it is sold in Mexico. It was not sold in China until 2016.
One engine is available, a 2.2 L inline-four Duratorq turbodiesel, in three power output levels: 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) and 310 N⋅m (230 lb⋅ft) of torque, 92 kW (125 PS; 123 hp) and 350 N⋅m (260 lb⋅ft), 113 kW (154 PS; 152 hp) and 385 N⋅m (284 lb⋅ft).
- George Barrow (18 April 2012). "New Ford Transit Custom revealed ahead of show debut". Commercial Motor. Retrieved 23 April 2012.
- USA Today, (18 April 2012). "With U.S. next, Ford shows off new Transit van for Europe". Retrieved 18 April 2012.
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