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Ford increases equipment levels on 2009 Transit

A host of new options are now available on the Ford Transit.

The Transit Double Cab Utility Chassis has been introduced as a special vehicle option (SVO) featuring unglazed second row cab doors with the rear seats removed.

An additional option means customers this new cab can be combined with a panel van bulkhead.

The Utility will be available to order next spring, prices will be announced nearer the on-sale date.

The Transit Double Cab-in-Van range has been introduced to cater to businesses requiring wanting to move both crews and equipment.

A new front wheel drive, medium wheelbase, low roof model comes with a choice of three 2.2-litre TDCi powertrains – 85PS, 115PS, 140PS.

With a GVM of 2800kg and a payload of 903kg to 915kg. It is on sale now, priced from £17,420.

The eight- and nine-seat Transit Tourneo is now available with a light tint glass option to cater to private hire operators who need tinted windows to gain local authority approval to operate their taxi business.

A new shift indicator light has become standard fitting on all diesel engine Transits.

A Thatcham approved Category 1 alarm is now available as an option priced at £175 on all Transit double chassis cabs.

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