Compare 2018 Ford Transit vs. 2018 Ram Promaster

Ford Transit Is the Best-Selling Full-Size Commercial Van in America1

A Lot of Hardworking People Depend on the Hardworking Transit

The 2018 Transit Cargo Van Has a Best-in-Class Gas-Powered Maximum Cargo Capacity2

When Properly Configured, It Offers a Maximum Cargo Capacity of 487.2 Cu. Ft.

The 2018 Transit Has a Best-in-Class Maximum Gas Torque Rating of 400 Lb.-Ft. at 2,500 Rpm When Equipped With the Available 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 Engine3

When You’re Towing a Trailer, Torque Provides the Low-End Power Needed to Pull a Load After Stopping

Based on Body Type, Body Length, Wheelbase and Roof Height, Transit Offers the Greatest Variety of Vehicle Configurations in Its Class4

These Choices Allow You to Configure a Transit Model to Best Meet Your Individual Needs

The Transit High-Roof Van Has a Best-in-Class Maximum Rear Cargo Door Opening Height of 74.3 In.3

That Can Help You When You’re Loading and Unloading Cargo From the Rear

When Properly Equipped, Transit Can Tow up to 7,500 Lbs.

That Means You Can Trailer Some Pretty Big Loads

Transit Offers Available SYNC® 3

With SYNC, You Can Enjoy Voice-Activated Technology5

When Properly Configured, Transit Can Haul up to 4,650 Lbs.

That’s a Lot of Cargo

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