The 2023 Ford E-Transit is a two-passenger rear-wheel drive utility van that is sold in three configurations – Cutaway, Chassis Cab, and Cargo Van – and medium, long, and extended body lengths. The Cargo Van differs in that it has a built-in work/storage area, and so buyers of that version can choose a low, medium, or high roof. The E-Transit’s single electric motor makes a hearty 266 hp and 317 lb.-ft. of torque. With the low-roof Cargo Van, this electric motor has a peak estimated driving range of 126 miles, while the medium-roof gets 116 miles and the high-roof 108 miles.
Because there are multiple Cargo Van configurations, their storage dimensions vary. For example, the low-roof regular length model provides a maximum cargo volume of 280.9 cubic feet; with the medium roof, it allows 358.7 cu. ft. The low-roof long model provides 311.9 cu. ft., while the medium-roof long model offers 400.5 cu. ft. The high-roof long model delivers 453.4 cu. ft., but if you want access to the most space, the high-roof-exclusive extended model boasts 536.4 cu. ft. of total cargo space.
Regarding payload, the regular-length Cargo Van with the low roof is rated for a 3,880-lb. maximum. The low-roof extended-length Cutaway flaunts a 4,513-lb. limit, while the low-roof extended-length Chassis Cab can carry up to 4,476 lb.
The Cutaway and Chassis Cab E-Transits come with many of the same features, including automatic headlights and high beams, rain-sensing wipers, keyless entry, two 12-volt power outlets, Ford Pro E-Telematics business management software, and SYNC 4 infotainment with a 12-inch touchscreen and voice recognition. A handful of active driving aids are issued, too, such as pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, post-collision braking, and lane-keeping assist.
As for options, you’ll be able to choose from power-adjustable short- or long-arm side mirrors with turn-signal indicators (long arm mirrors can also be ordered with heating), wiper-activated headlights, fog lights, a front overhead shelf, regular or adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, and HD radio. The most notable option, however, is Pro Power OnBoard. This 120-volt generator can charge power tools and other electric equipment without an inverter, making the lives of contractors more convenient.
Thanks to its integrated cargo area, this version presents a more unique set of features. While it comes with most of the Cutaway’s and Chassis Cab’s standard items, the Cargo Van is differentiated by its 180-degree opening 50/50 hinged rear door and sliding passenger-side door. In addition to the optional amenities mentioned above, the Cargo Van is eligible for running boards, a 253-degree opening door, a 60/40 hinged passenger-side door (for the low roof model only), a keyless entry keypad, proximity entry (Intelligent Access), push-button ignition, a 360-degree camera, reverse brake assist, blind-spot assist, reverse and side sensing systems, and enhanced active park assist.
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