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Capable, reliable and highly fuel-efficient, like every Transit van. Comfortable, rewarding to drive and full of smart technology like a Ford car. That's the new Transit Courier.
The van's compact size makes it highly manoeuvrable and with one of the best turning circles in its class, you can negotiate busy, narrow streets and tight parking spaces with ease.
But don't be fooled by Transit Courier's small appearance; a load area of up to 2.4cu.m** gives you 10% more load volume than other vehicles in the same class. Take the folding bulkhead with 'fold and dive' passenger seat option and you also get a class-leading load length of 2.59m.
And however many times you need to stop, it won't often be for fuel. That's because the award-winning 1.0L EcoBoost petrol engine, and advanced 1.5L and 1.6L Duratorq diesel engines, deliver outstanding fuel economy along with low emissions: up to 76.3 mpg and as little as 97g/km with Auto-Stop-Start and 62mph speed limiting systems.
Fuel consumption figures for All-New Transit Courier in mpg (l/100km): Urban 60.1 (4.4), Extra Urban 78.5 (3.4), Combined 70.6 (3.7). CO2 emissions: 104g/km. Fuel consumption figures sourced from official EU-regulated laboratory test results, are provided for comparison purposes and may not reflect real-life driving experience.
The declared fuel consumptions and CO2 emissions are measured according to the technical requirements and specifications of European Directive 80/1268/EEC or the European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 amended by (EC) 692/2008. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are specified for a vehicle type and not a single car. The applied standard test procedure enables comparison between different vehicle types and different manufacturers. This information is not part of any product offer made. Real world fuel consumption can vary as the fuel efficiency of a vehicle is influenced by (individual) car configurations, driving behaviour, use od technical equipment such as A/C as well as other non-technical factors.