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    2013 Ford Full Size Transit Revealed!

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    SWEET!

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    Sucks!.....thats a car chassi on that thing. No metal bumper...all plastic POS for more money too I bet.

    Sorry Bob, I just don't like it....its all wrong.
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    That is one ugly van. I will be sticking with then Express vans.

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    I told the Ford dealer I want to order one as soon as they become available

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyBob View Post
    I told the Ford dealer I want to order one as soon as they become available
    I am with you. I just had to get another E250 to replace a damaged van. Wish it was out already.
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    The 200T350 designation if it follows uk norms is 200hp and 3500kg gross vehicle weight, so about 1600/1700kg payload.

    I've only ever seen one transit here with the 200hp engine most have a 2.2 or 2.5L diesel rated between 90 and 140hp. Seems you guys get treated well in the engine specs department!

    Any work vehicle over 3.5tons here (inc trailer weight) would need a tachograph like a semi truck to log driver hours etc, also there are more stringent anual safety inspections, so no one buys any vehicle that big unless they really need it. Most techs here wold be expected to work out of a vehicle with a 1000kg max payload.

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    An electric ladder rack, nice.

    What's the MSRP & mpg?

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    hmmm... I like the segment where the ladder would come down on it's own. perhaps it has remote control?
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    There was a switch inside the rear door

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    any one here have one of the new high top nissans?

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    Did not see that that semi in there while they were testing those bumps,If they want I could let them borrow 500lbs of fittings from my van.

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    when they come out with a Van that cost $10,000, call me. Right now I can't afford to pay attention, let alone a new truck.
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