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£21,750.00

19 reg.
Ford Transit Custom
EURO 6 L1 300 105ps
ULEZ COMPLIANT
12,000 miles

New GAH L200F freeze system
New GRP insulation
Freeze & chill operation
Side loading door
Complete vehicle specification upon request
Competitive rates of finance available

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Whatever your area of business, the Ford Transit Custom is versatile enough to fulfil your needs. The Ford Transit Custom has a unique characteristic designed to expand load capacity. A full height, full width bulkhead separates the passenger cabin load area and that bulkhead has a floor level flip-up stand. Also, with maximum weight, the Ford Transit Custom is agile and easy to drive. It is available with lots of clever technology to help make driving as enjoyable and simple as possible.

It would be a good option for operators doing mostly urban mileage, but the 128bhp model would be better if you are pulling bigger loads or covering large distances on the motorway. Here there is even more mid-range muscle at 1,500rpm with 385Nm which helps the driver to pick a higher gear more time. Then the range topping 168bhp (405Nm) option transforms the Transit Custom into a really fast van if you really need it.

Short models can hold three Euro pallets and all Customs are fitted with an easy-clean hard rubber floor load liner with tie-down rings in the floor and the lower walls. For a small ultra, ultra-bright LED load area lighting is available and offers increased visibility when operating in the back of the bus. Ford offers an integrated roof rack as an additional option if you need more room. This can accommodate up to 350 kg and when not in service, the cross-rails can be folded flat to reduce drag and increase fuel economy. The front passenger-seat cushions in the cab can be flipped up to expose a secret storage compartment that can easily fit a laptop or small toolbox, providing additional cover. As standard the Transit Custom has central door locking remote control. The driver will open one single door for additional protection without automatically opening the others. The other doors remain tightly locked until you activate a switch on the driver’s side, and in fact this switch can be used to monitor the locking and unlocking of all the doors of the car. There are two different alarm forms available, but they are on the list of choices. Like the Mercedes Vito Dualiner or VW Transporter Kombi, it is difficult to fold or detach the second row of seats in the double-cab-in-van models to expand the load bay, because there is a bulkhead behind them. The nine-seat Custom Kombi, however, has two rows of three seats, which can all be folded and removed to create a full-length van if that flexibility level is desired.

In addition to the regular three-seater van, there is the five-seater double cab in-van which has an extra row of seats in the back with a bulkhead behind it and sliding window doors. It can also be found in body lengths L1 and L2. So then there is the Tourneo Custom, the passenger that carries the Transit Custom version. Due to its five-bar grille, it is visible from the front compared to a three-bar grille for the regular Transit Custom.

Since it was released in 2012, the Transit Custom received a five-star Euro NCAP safety ranking and it sets the level that other panel vans have been striving to in recent years. The new car safety software has become popular on the van market these days, but the new Custom has pushed the game on again.