America’s best-selling van, the Ford Transit, is being modernized with a new 2021 model as a frivolous vehicle. The demand has augmented to meet the requirements of delivery businesses that are serving customers who are doing work from home.
According to the RV Industry Association, July RV shipments were at a peak in the past 40 years at 43,035 units. Thus, almost 46 million Americans are planning to take an RV trip in the next 12 months.
Tiffany Chang, Ford fleet brand strategy manager shares, “With many Americans working from home and practicing social distancing during the pandemic, the popularity of recreational vehicles has soared at the same time package delivery has seen incredible growth.” Our new 2021 Transit options help people design the recreational vehicles of their dreams and help enable our commercial customers to more efficiently deliver goods and services across the country.”
More than half of all motorhomes traded in the United States are built on Ford chassis. Ford is using its proficiency and reacting to the rising demand with the best appearance updates for the 2021 Transit. This mainly includes new wheel choices and three added exterior colors in order to keep their good looks even when covered in campsite dust. In addition, three updated and better-quality option packages contain the new Transit Motorhome Prep Package for cutaway, the new RV Prep Package for a cargo van, and a new Adventure Prep Package.
Adaptive Cruise Control is also being included in The Motorhome Prep Package to add confidence on long trips. Customers can also opt for an available new economy-rated version of the popular 3.5-liter Eco Boost V6 engine, which is aimed to support high forward area conversions.
The RV Prep Package comprises driver-assist features including a side-sensing system and Adaptive Cruise Control, which is offering so RV-ers can fetch along bikes or other toys. The Exterior augmentations also include front fog lamps to aid light up dark country roads. Just like an eight-speaker sound system, the inside four-way manual swivel driver and passenger seats are set the standard.
The Adventure Prep Package together with a popular camper van alternatives counting with all-wheel drive, 3.5-liter Eco Boost V6, 3.73:1 limited-slip differential rear axle, heavy-duty front axle, and a privacy glass. There is a Driver-assist including an Adaptive Cruise Control, reverse-side-sensing systems, and Blind Spot Information System for better peace of mind. In addition, the standard technology includes an 8-inch color touch screen with SYNC 3 and dual USB ports, PowerPoint, and double porous glass mat batteries.
On the other hand, a new Parcel Delivery Package emphasizes the needs of an industry incredible growth beginning with a number of design refinements standard for 2021 Transit that provides better access to the cargo section. The manual parking brake by the driver’s seat has been substituted in all Transit vans up to 9,500 pounds GVWR by a 0electric parking brake, generating a 50 percent wider clear passage between the front seats.
Furthermore, a voluntary center console with a right-side shifter recovers walkthrough and deals more than 7 inches of extra driver legroom. The new Livery Package helps the premium transportation market with a ready-made configuration mainly focusing on better ease and comfort.
The Livery Package embraces the 10-way power seats completed in ebony leather seating surfaces for all passengers which is Available for Transit passenger van XLT. In addition, a honeycomb mesh grille is customary on all 2021 Transit models.
Therefore, to make the van modest for outdoor fanatics, all-new Adventure Prep and RV Prep packages are added to the 2021 Transit. The Production commences during this fall at Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri.
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