Ford has announced a series of changes to the 2016 Transit lineup.
First up, the Transit gains additional standard equipment including a rearview camera and a trailer hitch assist system. The van also has a relocated USB port and four new exterior colors including Shadow Black, Caribou, Magnetic and Race Red. Transit medium- and high-roof vans can also be equipped with newly optional dual sliding cargo doors.
The van also gains several new options including an AGM battery, auxiliary fuse panels, a heavy-duty alternator and an optional SYNC 3 infotainment system.
Moving on, the 2016 Transit Connect gains a flex-fuel system on models equipped with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine.
Lastly, the 2016 Transit Connect Wagon features standard second-row bucket seats on Titanium variants. The model also gains new 17-inch alloy wheels - on XLT and Titanium variants - and an optional Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert.