The standard 3.7L V6 delivers responsive performance with 275 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque. The available 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 generates 310 horsepower and has a best-in-class maximum gas torque rating of 400 lb.-ft.* Both engines are capable of handling anything your family can throw at the Passenger Wagon. Also available is the direct-injected 3.2L Power Stroke® inline I-5 Turbo Diesel rated at 185 horsepower and impressive 350 lb.-ft. of torque. when you do brake.
Side-wind stabilization applies the brakes on one side of the vehicle to reduce the effect of a sudden side wind gust when you are driving. When active, the stability and traction control light flashes and a message may appear in the information display. There may be a slight deceleration, and you may need to make a steering correction to maintain your intended vehicle path.
Power running board is available on the Passenger Wagon. And new for 2018 are the available extended-length running boards. They cover the driver’s door on left side and the passenger and second-row door on the right.
With the right configuration, the Transit Passenger Wagon offers 100.5 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the last row.
Available heated front seats make the driving experience comfortable.
It's easy to find a comfortable driving position with the standard tilt and telescoping steering column. Optional equipment shown.
Available on all passenger wagon models is a power reclining front bucket seat with headrest and inboard armrest.
The 130-inch wheelbase model has a choice of roof heights – low and medium. The Passenger Wagon 148-inch wheelbase has three different heights – low, medium and high. The 148-inch wheelbase/extended-length body model has a high roof. The high-roof passenger wagon has a best-in-class* interior height of 77 inches.
The regular-wheelbase Transit Passenger Wagon with low or medium roof comes in a standard 8- or available 10-passenger model. The Transit Passenger Wagon long-wheelbase model, available in low, medium or high roof, provides standard 12- or available 15-passenger seating. And there’s the long-wheelbase extended length dual-rear-wheel 15-passenger wagon, which comes with the industry’s first five-row side-curtain airbag* and provides best-in-class** 100.5 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the last row. Aisle seating is also standard on Transit 10-, 12- and 15-passenger wagons.
*Always wear safety belts and secure children in the rear seat.
**Class is Full-Size Vans based on Ford segmentation
Bumper to Bumper: 3-Years/36,000 Miles • Powertrain: 5-Years/60,000 Miles • Corrosion: 5-Years/Unlimted Miles • Hybrid/Electric Drivetrain Components: 8-Years/100,000 Miles • Roadside Assistance: 5-Years/60,000 Miles
All Passenger Wagons come standard with driver and passenger front and side airbags. The Transit Passenger Wagons include a Safety Canopy® System with a full-length, side-curtain airbag.
A camera mounted behind the windshield scans road lane markings to determine vehicle position and detects a lane departure. This available feature can operate during the day or night. Lane-keeping alert warns you through a series of steering wheel vibrations, which mimic a rumble strip, should the system detect an unintentional lane departure.
The standard rear view camera provides a video image of what’s directly behind your vehicle while the gear selector is in Reverse. The image is transmitted on the rearview mirror of vehicles with a basic AM/FM radio, or to the center screen monitor if ordered with any of the upgraded audio systems. Colored guidelines provide a visual reference to assist with the alignment of the vehicle as it backs up. Shown with an upgraded audio system.