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UPDATE: The NHTSA gave the 2015 Transit high- and medium-Roof variants a four-star frontal crash and five-star side crash safety score while low-roof models have a four-star overall rating (out of a possible five stars).The 2015 Transit is an excellent entry in the full-size commercial vehicle segment, with its flexibility, well-equipped cabin, maneuverability, and powerful engines.Fortunately, there are alternatives to these expensive services that can save you money without depriving yourself of the benefits they offer.
Passenger variants, known as the Transit Wagon, have the capacity for up to 15 passengers.
All engines are paired to a six-speed automatic transmission.
Fuel economy is respectable at 14/19 mpg city highway for both V-6 models.
In a 2015 First Drive review, we said that “comfort was clearly emphasized at early engineering meetings” due to the cabin’s plush feel and cushy seats.
Handling was also another strong suit since it helps make the Transit “highly maneuverable and easily controllable.” Ride quality, however, remains rough but “lacked a harshness or loudness that’s characteristic of such vans.” The twin turbocharged V-6 and diesel I-5 stood out as the best engines offered on the 2015 Transit with plenty of low-end torque to bring the van up to speed.