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The 2020 Ford Transit is redesigned and ready to work. From the 10-speed automatic transmission and new engine choices to smart technology that helps drive confidence, the new Transit was built with your productivity, comfort and bottom line in mind.
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The 2020 Ford Transit in Oxford White
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2022 E-Transit*. All-New. All Electric. All-Transit.
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New for 2020, available all-wheel drive (AWD). AWD balances torque between the front and rear wheels to enhance handling and maximize traction, typically before wheelslip may occur. This helps keep your vehicle sure-footed — and you more confident on the job.


Ford Transit Cargo Van offers plenty of cargo space. Depending on what your job calls for, you can choose from three lengths, three roof heights and two wheelbases. Plus, there is plenty of space for racks and bins for safe storage of tools, supplies, equipment and more. *


*Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and weight distribution.

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An available power sliding door makes for easy entry and exit. 

Available Spring 2020.

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When your vehicle is equipped with FordPass Connect, you can use the FordPass App to access complimentary features like start, stop, lock and unlock your vehicle from just about anywhere. *
*FordPass Connect (optional on select vehicles), the Ford Pass App and Complimentary Connected Services are required for remote features (see FordPass Terms for details). Connected Service and features depend on compatible AT&T network availability. Evolving technology/cellular networks/vehicle capability may limit functionality and prevent operation of connected features. Connected services excludes WiFi hotspot.
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We’ve engineered manufacturer-grade commercial tools in conjunction with Ford vehicles that make up your fleet. Our software works seamlessly with your vehicles to help you solve problems, optimize your fleet and keep your operation running smoothly. Ford Telematics and Ford Data Services give you the power of choice to run your business how you want.




The Ford Transit is built in Kansas City, Missouri,* with 13 upfitters located conveniently within 30 miles of the assembly plant. This means fast delivery to the upfitter of your choice, to get you back to business quickly. 

*Assembled in the USA with domestic and foreign parts.

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Over 650 dealers in our extensive nationwide network are specially trained and equipped to sell, service and finance the complete line of Class 1–7 Ford commercial vehicles. Let a Ford Commercial Dealer show you all the exceptional services available for your business.
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Under Section 168(k) of the IRS Tax Code, many businesses that invest in new equipment, including qualifying new vehicles, can potentially deduct a maximum of the entire purchase cost, of one or more business vehicles, on their IRS tax returns. * Qualifying Ford Commercial vehicles include: Ford Transit, E-Series, F-150, F-250/350/450/550 Super Duty, F-650/750 Medium Duty and Stripped Chassis*. For more information, visit IRS.gov and contact your tax professional.
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*Under Bonus Depreciation in Section 168(k) of the Internal Revenue Code, companies may be eligible to fully expense the cost of trucks, vans and SUVs rated over 6,000-lbs. GVWR, when purchased for business use. Trucks and vans that are considered passenger vehicles, rated under 6,000-lbs. GVWR, are limited to $18,000 of depreciation in the year of purchase with additional depreciation on the remaining basis in the vehicle in subsequent years, as described by Internal Revenue Procedure 2019-13. A vehicle is not considered a passenger vehicle, and is thus not limited to the lower depreciation amounts, if it is considered a “qualified non-personal use vehicle”. Qualified non-personal use vehicles are vehicles that, by virtue of their nature or design, are not likely to be used more than a de minimis amount for personal purposes. Examples of qualified non-personal use vehicles include 1) a vehicle that can seat nine-plus passengers behind the driver’s seat, 2) a heavy non-SUV vehicle with a cargo area of at least six feet in interior length or 3) a vehicle with a fully-enclosed driver’s compartment/cargo area, no seating behind the driver’s seat, and no body section protruding more than 30 inches ahead of the leading edge of the windshield. For more information, see IRC Section 280F(d)(7), Income Tax Reg., Sec. 1.280F-6(c)(3)(iii), Income Tax Reg. Sec. 1.274-5T(k), and Revenue Ruling 86-97, and contact your tax advisor for details. Consult your tax advisor as to the proper tax treatment of all business-vehicle purchases.