2020 Ford Transit AWD

Mingo

New member
i’ve been searching for months to hear updates about this. super stoked, always wanted a better alternative to the sprinters.
 

Scotty D

Active member
Tech laden?? More stuff to go wrong, that you can't fix.:mad:
especially in a third world country
still thinking of getting one though because i am about due for a new van and I cant get another awd express.
love the shape and roominess but hate the small wheels and low stance.
 

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Desert Dan

Explorer
No low range and to low.

It should give Transit Vans some competition and there are more Ford Dealerships around.
 

Jnich77

Director of Adventure Management Operations
They say this is because there is (was) no market for it, but how would they know if they never tried?
Two words : Market research

Auto manufacturers devote quite a bit of time and money to analyzing what will sell and what won't. Building it and then waiting to see if it sells would be the most idiotic business decision they could make.
 

86scotty

Explorer
Two words : Market research

Auto manufacturers devote quite a bit of time and money to analyzing what will sell and what won't. Building it and then waiting to see if it sells would be the most idiotic business decision they could make.
In the case of AWD/4WD vans I totally disagree. If we had the numbers on how many were converted by Quigley, Advanced, Quadvan, Sportsmobile, Ujoint and all of the other smaller converters over the last many years we might know how many might've sold as 4wd from the factory.
 
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