New Transit Courier 2015 by Ford Motor Company Limited UK

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safe and secure across the ford transit courier range a full line-up of passive and active safety features makes use of the latest technology to protect you your passengers and your cargo electronic stability control esc hill start assist traction control 1 driver’s standard and front passenger’s airbagsu standard on kombi designed to temporarily prevent you from rolling down a slope when you move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal it works in forward and reverse gears so is ideal for towing and pulling heavy loads standard if wheel slip is detected at low speed this system can distribute more torque to the wheel with most traction standard 2 driver’s and front passenger’s side impact airbagsu option on van standard on kombi 3 side curtain airbags standard on kombi 4 knee protector airbag option on kombi 5 rear seat belt minders standard on kombi 6 speed limiter option emergency brake assist 7 electronic stability control and associated features standard on all models see right designed to recognise an emergency braking situation and increase the pressure within the braking system to ensure maximum stopping power is used standard 8 remote central locking standard on all models 9 engine immobiliser standard on all models 10 perimeter or thatcham cat 1 alarms options note a rear-facing child seat should never be placed in the front passenger seat when the ford vehicle is equipped with an operational front passenger’s airbag the safest place for children is properly restrained on a rear seat u emergency brake warning roll-over mitigation designed to identify a potentially dangerous driving situation and activate the esc to restore stability standard trailer sway control† when the system recognises that a towed trailer is starting to sway it reduces engine torque and applies the brakes to lower the speed and help regain stability † compatible with ford towbar front and rear indicators automatically flash during heavy braking giving other drivers advance hazard warning standard get the most from your new ford we want to help you get the most from your new ford and to do that you need to know how much it is designed to safely carry both in terms of payload and load volume your transit centre can provide professional advice on important specification aspects and help to find the right van for your budget and business needs the new ford transit courier is designed to carry cargo – and lots of it driver and crew choosing a new van is an important decision with lots of factors to be considered while some aspects like selecting the most appropriate derivative identifying the intended primary use and determining load box size are relatively simple others such as calculating payload are more complex we calculate the weight of the driver and crew based on the industrystandard weight of 75 kg/person remember that the driver and crew are not included in the kerb mass figure so when a driver or crew boards the vehicle its payload will be reduced accordingly payload capacity to calculate payload you need to know two things the vehicle’s gross vehicle mass gvm and its kerb mass most factory-fitted options will affect a vehicle’s payload for example air conditioning can add approximately 13 kg to a vehicle’s weight and therefore reduce its payload accordingly payload gross vehicle mass minus kerb mass series gross vehicle mass gvm all kerb masses quoted in this brochure are for standardspecification base series models trend series models will generally weigh more than base series due to the increased level of features and equipment gvm is the maximum permissible weight of the vehicle when loaded and ready to go – that includes the weight of the vehicle itself ancillaries driver and crew assuming the industry standard weight of 75 kg/person fluids fuel tank 90 full 1 litre of diesel approximately 0.85 kg optional and aftermarket equipment and cargo kerb mass kerb mass is the weight of a standard-specification base series vehicle including fluids and fuel tank 90 full but without the driver crew or cargo 3 1 variations in manufacturing and production processes mean that no two vehicles are likely to weigh exactly the same accessories and aftermarket conversions it is important to think carefully about what to do with your vehicle after you take delivery any accessories fitted or aftermarket conversions to the vehicle may adversely affect its payload please speak to your transit centre for more information and advice if payload is critical to your business or if you plan to carry cargo at or close to the vehicle’s maximum capacity your 8 4 transit centre can help using their specialist expertise and knowledge they can advise you on the exact specification of 6 2 vehicle required to meet your individual business needs 9 7 3 tyre pressure monitoring weights loads fuel consumption allows you to monitor tyre pressure while on the move system alerts you if it detects that a tyre’s pressure is too low such as in the case of a puncture standard on kombi option on van the fuel economy figures quoted in the table below are achieved by following strict eu governed test procedures and are specifically designed to enable customers to compare vehicles from all manufacturers on a like-for-like basis fuel consumption is directly affected by the length of the journey number of passengers and amount of luggage carried individual driving style road and traffic conditions weather conditions vehicle age mileage condition and standard of maintenance use of vehicle features such as air conditioning and any modifications to the vehicle such as the addition of a roof rack your fuel economy will vary based on these and other factors and for these reasons many drivers may not achieve the eu fuel economy figures below in day-today driving although the vehicle is technically capable of doing so fuel consumption in mpg l/100 kmØ gross vehicle mass kg kerb mass kg◆ front axle kerb mass kg rear axle kerb mass kg axle ratio max gtm kg with quoted axle ratio co2 emissions g/kmøø urban extra urban combined 1 1.0 ecoboost 100 ps 75 kw stage vi 650 1765 1115 689 426 4.06 2675 120 42.2 6.7 61.4 4.6 53.3 5.3 1.0 ecoboost 100 ps 75 kw with optional auto start-stop stage vi 650 1765 1115 689 426 4.06 2675 115 46.3 6.1 61.4 4.6 55.4 5.1 1.5 duratorq tdci 75 ps 56 kw euro stage 5 transit courier 8 ford sync with applink 4 6 2 the next generation of in-car connectivity ford sync with applink lets you operate most popular mp3 players bluetooth®-enabled phones usb drives and even control apps on your smartphone with remarkably simple voice commands plus the ford emergency assistance feature is designed to assist occupants to place an emergency call in the event of an accident – wherever you are in europe standard on trend 9 7 compatible mobile phone required ford sync with applink is available from summer 2014 you can browse a list of applink-compatible apps from ford.co.uk or via the app catalog available in ios and android stores ford sync with applink and emergency assistance are not supported by all european languages note the bluetooth® trademark and logos are owned by the bluetooth sig inc and any use of such marks by ford motor company limited and its associated companies is under licence other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners 20 manufacturing tolerances gross payloadØ 5 so to help you choose the right vehicle for your needs here are some more detailed explanations about the factors that can influence a vehicle’s payload these include but are not limited to factory-fitted options stage v 663 1795 1132 702 430 3.37 2295 108 60.1 4.7 76.3 3.7 68.9 4.1 1.5 duratorq tdci 75 ps 56 kw with optional stage v auto start-stop 663 1795 1132 702 430 3.37 2295 103 64.2 4.4 78.5 3.6 72.4 3.9 1.6 duratorq tdci 95 ps 71 kw stage v 661 1795 1134 704 430 3.37 2295 105 60.1 4.7 78.5 3.6 70.6 4.0 1.6 duratorq tdci 95 ps 71 kw with optional stage v auto start-stop 661 1795 1140 704 430 3.37 2295 100 64.2 4.4 80.7 3.5 74.3 3.8 1.6 duratorq tdci 95 ps 71 kw with optional stage v auto start-stop and 62 mph fixed speed limiter 661 1795 1134 710 430 3.37 2295 97 64.2 4.4 83.1 3.4 76.3 3.7 transit courier kombi 1.5 duratorq tdci 75 ps 56 kw stage 6 stage vi 577 1780 1203 707 496 3.37 2280 104 60.1 4.7 78.5 3.6 70.6 4.0 1.5 duratorq tdci 75 ps 56 kw stage 6 with optional auto start-stop stage vi 577 1780 1203 707 496 3.37 2280 99 64.2 4.4 80.7 3.5 74.3 3.8 Ø payload gross vehicle mass less kerb mass all kerb masses quoted in this brochure are subject to manufacturing tolerances and are for base models with minimum equipment trend models will have greater kerb masses and therefore lower payloads due to the increased amount of standard equipment any additional options specified on the vehicle will reduce the payload accordingly the declared fuel/energy consumptions co2 emissions and electric range are measured according to the technical requirements and specifications of the european regulations ec 715/2007 and ec 692/2008 as last amended fuel consumption and co2 emissions are specified for a vehicle variant and not for a single car the applied standard test procedure enables comparison between different vehicle types and different manufacturers in addition to the fuel efficiency of a car driving behaviour as well as other non-technical factors play a role in determining a car s fuel/energy consumption co2 emissions and electric range co2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming a guide on fuel economy and co2 emissions which contain data for all new passenger car models is available at any point of sale free of charge or can be downloaded from http carfueldata.dft.gov.uk urepresents the lightest kerbweight assuming full fluid levels and 90 fuel levels subject to manufacturing tolerances and options etc fitted note all engines are fitted with a standard vdpf vaporiser diesel particulate filter 21