Ford’s Advance trac® with RSC® helps transit stay upright during emergency evasive maneuvers and sharp turns. Sensors in the ESP system detect instability during such situations and cut off power to the rear wheels to reduce wheel torque along with applying emergency brakes-thereby helping to stabilize the vehicle.
Driver and front-passenger aribags deploy during a moderate-to-severe frontal or near-frontal collision to help protect the driver and front passenger.
The Safety Canopy System combines side-curtain airbags and a rollover sensor to help provide head protection for all outboard seating positions in certain side-impact and rollover situations; and stay inflated for an extended period of time for added protection in multiple rollovers or side impacts.
The 2022 Transit offers two high-powered engines for you to choose from. So whether it’s the new standard 3.5L PFDI V6 engine or the available upgraded 3.5L ECOBOOST® V6*, Transit has the power to get the job done. Partner either of them with a new 10-speed automatic transmission and you’ve got a vehicle that’s more than capable for the job ahead.
*3.5L ECOBOOST® engine is only available with Ambulance Prep Pack
Maximize cargo space to carry large volumes and heavy payloads up to 1914 kg. With three roof height options, you have the flexibility to carry goods with a height of up to 2,070 mm. The cargo box floor is flat with the length of up to 4374 mm, with near-vertical sides for maximum usable space. it also features multiple tie-down loops to help you secure your load in place quickly and easily.
Configure the cargo doors to suit your requirements with a single passenger-side door or dual sliding side doors1. The swing-out rear cargo doors check at 90° and can be opened to a full 180° with a regular wheelbase (RWB) or 237° with the long wheelbase (LWB and LWB Extended length)1.
Transit’s Rear View Camera makes backing up easy. It displays a full-color image on the screen, with guidelines to indicate where the vehicle is headed based on the position of your steering wheel.
This Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology feature can help reduce the severity of, and possibly eliminate, a collision with a vehicle directly in front of you. * The system can detect a potential collision, then emit an audible alert as well as a warning message displayed in the message center. What’s more, Automatic Emergency Braking can pre-charge and increase brake-assist sensitivity to provide full responsiveness when you do brake. If you don’t take corrective action and a collision is imminent, brakes can apply automatically.
*See your owner’s manual for system limitations.
It’s rush hour on the interstate. You’re towing a trailer. And you need to change lanes. If this situation sounds daunting, it usually is. But available BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert and trailer coverage can help ease lane-change anxiety — even with a trailer in tow. It can alert you not only when a vehicle is spotted in your blind spots but also when one is alongside the trailer.*
*Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver’s attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle.
It happens to the best of drivers. A moment of distraction — and you start drifting. But standard Lane-Keeping System* can assist you with a camera that scans the lane markings ahead. The system has three modes: Lane-Keeping Alert warns you with steering wheel vibrations that simulate driving over a rumble strip. Lane-Keeping Assist applies steering torque to direct you back to the center of the lane. You can set the system to activate either the Alert or Assist mode, or both. And there’s Driver Alert that sends out warnings in the message center when it detects repeated lane drifts — a reminder to pull over and take a break.
*Lane-Keeping System does not control steering and does not replace safe driving.
Forward Collision Warning can alert you if it senses a potential collision with a vehicle in front of you. A display flashes on the windshield, and the system provides an audible warning. If you don’t react in time, the brakes will precharge and increase brake-assist sensitivity to provide full responsiveness when you do brake.
You might not think of manually turning your high beams on or off every time you need to. That’s why the driver-activated standard Auto High-Beam Headlamps is so helpful — it can do that for you, automatically. When you’re on a dark road with no traffic, the high beams come on. But when a vehicle is approaching with headlamps on or traveling ahead with taillamps visible, the system will dim to low beams to reduce glare.
The 2022 Transit features rain-sensing wipers. They switch on automatically when they detect in climate weather to improve visibility.