American vehicle giant Ford has announced that its all-new Transit Custom will be offered as a range-topping Sport Van variant.
It is little surprise that the range will receive this addition, seeing as though every Transit since its introduction in 2007 has included a Sport Van model.
Outlining what drivers can expect with the Transit Custom edition, David Petts, Ford Britain CV marketing manager, said: “The new Ford Transit Custom Sport Van offers customers a stylish vehicle that makes a bold statement and delivers full Transit functionality and capability that our customers have come to expect.”
Motorists who glimpse upon the new Transit Custom Sport Van will notice that the vehicle now features a muscular body kit and a full colour-coded exterior design when compared to the standard model.
This colour scheme runs along the vehicle’s bumpers, side mirrors, door handles and body-side mouldings. The only separation is the signature twin bonnet stripes, which presents a contrasting hue to create a sportier edge to the van’s exterior.
Striking 18-inch alloy wheels which are presented on low profile 235/50 tyres help to give this edition of the Transit Custom a more aggressive style.
In order to ensure the Transit Custom Sport Van can handle any road trip with ease, Ford has included a Dagenham-built 2.2-litre Duratorq diesel engine which can deliver a maximum 155PS and up to 385Nm of torque.
Meanwhile, a luxury interior design is achieved through a partial leather trim that combines Pewter seat fabric with charcoal black leather bolsters.
The Ford Transit Custom Sport Van launches early next year, though drivers can experience what makes the range so popular right now.
Monthly instalments of £262.73 present motorists with the Ford Transit Custom 250 Swb Diesel van, which is capable of delivering 42.2mpg on a combined cycle while limiting CO2 emissions to an appealing 178g/km.
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