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Ford Transit E in Wymondham, Norfolk
With up to 196 miles of range and a 15% to 80% charge taking as little as 34 minutes, the All-New Ford E-Transit delivers, literally. It’s powered by a 64kWh battery, with an 11.3kW onboard charger and support for 115kW DC charge speeds. The panel van is available in three body lengths and two roof heights offering 9.5m3 to 15.1m3 of cargo space, but a double cab in-van and single chassis are also available. The result of all this is a 100% electric van your fleet can adopt with no compromises in range or practicality. Trim grades include Base and Trend. Base kicks things off with a 12” SYNC 4 touchscreen a heated windscreen and keyless start. Trend adds front and rear parking sensors, cruise control and lane-keeping assistance. The FordPass Pro app lets you pre-heat the cabin and control door locking remotely, and new customers get one year’s access to the FordPass Charging Network. Pro Onboard Power turns the All-New E-Transit into a mobile power source with up to 2.3 kW - ideal for powering tools on the go.
Smart and professional, the All-New E-transit is ready for work. The van’s capacious cabin hosts an enormous 12” touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Three lengths are offered, with GVM’s of 3.5 tonnes, 3.9 tonnes and 4.25 tonnes.
No vibration. Zero emissions. Instant torque. A better way to drive. The All-New E-Transit is 100% electric and built to deliver. A range up to 196 miles and a choice of two power outputs (181bhp or 266bhp) ensure there’s an All-New E-Transit for every fleet.
The panel van has load volumes from 9.5m3 to 15.1m3 and a payload capacity up to 1,758kg - suitable for heavy equipment. You can also specify a double cab in-van and a chassis cab, which is ideal for conversions and towing a bodied trailer.
Living with it
Recharging costs significantly less than refuelling, with a 15-80% charge costing around £8 at work or home. You’ll also enjoy 40% reduced maintenance costs, with tyres and brakes (discs, pads, fluid) the only major serviceable components.