The Ford Transit 150 is a full-size commercial van that competes with the Ram ProMaster and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
The Transit is the best-selling full-size van in the United States and can be configured as anything from a passenger carrier to a stripped-down cargo van. The Transit has been mostly unchanged since it debuted in 2015, but updates for the 2019 model year include new seating layouts for from five to 14 passengers, new cargo-management accessories and new camera technology.
Here is a summary of the Ford Transit 150’s specifications:
- The 2019 Ford Transit 150 has a starting price of $33,775 including a $1,395 destination charge.
- The 2019 Transit XLT Passenger Wagon has a starting price of $37,790 including the $1,395 destination fee.
- The 2018 Transit 150 had a starting price of $33,775 including the $1,395 destination fee.
- The 2019 Ford Transit 150 is available as a cargo van or passenger van.
- Cargo van models can seat up to two people. Passenger van models can be configured to seat five, 10, 11 or 14 passengers with options.
- The Transit is available with low, medium and high roof heights and can be ordered in regular, long and extended lengths.
- The 2019 Ford Transit 150 has a wheelbase of 129.9 inches when configured with a regular wheelbase and 147.6 inches when configured with a long wheelbase.
- The Transit 150’s overall length ranges from 219.9 inches to 263.9 inches, depending on body configurations.
- The 2019 Transit 150 comes standard with a 3.7-liter V6 engine that has 275 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
- The Transit 150 is available with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine that has 310 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque or a 3.2-liter Power Stroke diesel engine that has 185 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque.
- A six-speed automatic transmission is standard.
- The Ford Transit can tow up to 7,500 pounds when configured as a cargo van and up to 5,100 pounds when configured as a passenger van.
- The 2019 Ford Transit 150 equipped with the standard 3.7-liter engine has EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of 14 mpg in city driving, 18 mpg on the highway and 15 mpg combined.i>
- When equipped with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, the Transit’s EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings are 15 mpg in city driving, 19 mpg on the highway and 16 mpg combined.
- The Transit 150 comes standard with a rearview camera, side-wind stabilization, an SOS post-crash alert system, front and side airbags, roll-stability control and a tire pressure-monitoring system.
- Available safety features include lane-keep assist, a reverse sensing system and an anti-theft system.
- The 2019 Transit 150 is available with a Bluetooth radio and Ford SYNC infotainment.
- Also optional is the Ford SYNC 3 system that includes a 6.5-inch color LCD screen, app capabilities, 911 assist and two USB ports.
- A telematics system is available for fleet management capabilities.
Comfort & Convenience
- The Ford Transit 150 comes standard with power windows and door locks, air conditioning, 12-volt power outlets and vinyl floor covering.
- The Transit 150 is available with power running boards, trailer wiring and brake controllers, 16-inch styled aluminum wheels, dual sliding doors, heavy-duty cargo floors and the Ford MyKey system, which allows limitations to be placed on who can drive the vehicle and when.
- The Transit can also be configured as an ambulance and is available with heavy-duty towing and body-protection kits.
Editor’s note: All photos courtesy of Ford.