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What Ford vans are there?

If you need some cargo space but don’t really need an actual van, Ford has you covered with the Fiesta Sport Van – a three-door Fiesta ST-Line with the rear seats and windows removed. That’s a sign of just how many commercial vehicle bases Ford has covered – here are the rest.

Ford’s smallest proper van is the Transit Courier, which is also Fiesta-based. Above that is the Transit Connect, which you’d cross-shop against a Citroen Berlingo or Volkswagen Caddy.

The Transit Custom needs little introduction. Sizewise, it’s similar to the Citroen Dispatch and Volkswagen Transporter. Ford’s full-size Transit is up next.

All of those come as panel vans, while the Transit and Transit Custom are also available as crew vans and people movers. Ford even makes a campervan out of the Transit Custom, brilliantly called the Nugget. The Transit is the base for large van conversions like tippers and Luton vans.

Then there’s the Ford Ranger pickup truck, which is offered as a regular, crew or double cab – you’re most likely to find the latter at Motorpoint.

Does Ford make an electric van?

It does. Ford’s e-Transit may well be the best electric van on sale right now, with a 196-mile range, powerful yet quiet driving experience and the feeling that it’s been converted properly and thoughtfully – which isn’t the case with every electric van.

On the smaller Transit Custom, a plug-in hybrid powertrain is available and combines a petrol engine with a large battery and an electric motor.

Can I get finance on a used Ford with Motorpoint?

We offer Hire Purchase (HP) finance to spread the cost of a used Ford van for up to five years. Call our friendly team or visit us in-store.


Yes, Ford vans are among the safest on the road. In Euro NCAP’s 2022 commercial vehicle crash tests, both the Transit and Transit Custom were awarded a Gold rating. Only the VW Transporter performed similarly, and only the Fiat Ducato came out with a Platinum rating.

The Ford Transit and Transit Custom have a great reputation for reliability, and that’s part of the reason they’re so popular. Keep up with scheduled maintenance and a Ford van shouldn’t have much trouble cresting 150,000 miles – or much more, in some cases. Newer Ford vans don’t tend to have major rust problems, either.

Besides the safety, reliability and choice, you also can take advantage of the Ford Pro servicing experience, which aims to minimise the amount of time your van is off the road. Additionally, Ford vans offer a car-like driving experience and much of the same equipment that you’d find in a Fiesta or Focus.