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Hallmarks of Ford's 2014 trucks

By Jeremy Koch on

We’ve already shown you some highlights of the 2014 Cars, SUVs and Crossovers from Ford, so today we’re taking you on a virtual tour of the 2014 trucks.


  • Bold, front end with high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps now on XLT and above

  • Available power-telescoping and powerfolding trailer-tow sideview mirror

  • FX Appearance Package features new grille

  • 17-inch machined aluminum wheels with painted accents now standard on XLT and STX

  • New Marina Blue specialty leather with natural perforation on Limited

F-Series Super Duty

  • A larger parking brake for F-250 and F-350 models also allows for an increase in the maximum payload rating.

  • The brake rotor swept area is increased by 16.4 percent in front and 14.5 percent in the rear for maximum braking to help dissipate heat, especially on long downhill grades.

  • Brake rotor thermal mass has also been increased, to deliver superior thermal capacity and fade performance – especially under extreme conditions. These changes support a 700-pound increase in the maximum gross vehicle weight rating, to a best-in-class 14,000 pounds.

2014 Transit

  • For North America, Transit will eventually replace the E-Series nameplate, first sold in 1961 as Ford Econoline and America’s best-selling commercial van for 33 years.

  • Transit is born from a combined total of nearly a century of hard-earned experience delivering two distinct full-size vans to customers in North America, Europe and other global markets.

  • The 2014 Ford Transit offers the broadest lineup of configurations for full-size van customers, available in more variations than the competition combined – three body lengths; two wheelbases; three roof heights; and in van, wagon, chassis cab and cutaway variations

  • Ford Transit will achieve an average of 25 percent better fuel economy and haul at least 300 pounds more than today’s E-Series

2014 Transit Connect Wagon

  • The all-new Transit Connect Wagon is offered in two wheelbase lengths, in five- and seven-passenger configurations, and in XL, XLT and Titanium series levels. No other wagon on the market offers the convenience of fold-flat seating, at least a 1,200-pound payload and more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space.

  • Transit Connect Wagon takes adaptability to a new level with the convenience of sliding side doors, fold-flat second- and third-row seating, a 1,200-pound-plus payload, and choice of a rear liftgate or symmetrical, side-hinged cargo doors

  • Transit Connect Wagon offers customers a choice between two fuel-efficient four-cylinder engines – a 2.5-liter and an optional 1.6-liter EcoBoost® that is estimated to deliver 30 mpg-plus on the highway. This powertrain makes Transit Connect Wagon the gas mileage leader among seven-passenger vehicles.


  • Class-exclusive connectivity of SYNC® system, which can integrate with smartphones and other devices using hands-free Bluetooth® technology for safer voice-based calling

  • Crew Chief™ telematics gives fleet managers real-time operating data

  • Instrument panel-mounted Navigation System with 6.5-inch touch-screen display

  • Standard audio input jack, for MP3 players

  • Seating for up to 15 passengers (E-350 Super Duty Extended)

  • Tow rating up to 10,000 pounds (E-350 Super Duty with 6.8-liter SOHC V10 engine)

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