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The E-Transit is good for business in the U.S. and below you'll find some key points on why it is.

LEADING THE CHARGE

The best-selling commercial van brand in the U.S. is about to lead business into the future. Introducing the all-new, U.S.-assembled Ford E-Transit. The only electric work van that has the backing of the Ford Motor Company. That means an entire ecosystem of products, software and charging solutions that will allow you to seamlessly transition to the future of business.

BUILT BY THOSE WHO KNOW
The 2022 E-Transit isn't just all-electric, it's also all-Transit. That means you get the same work-ready vehicle you've come to rely on with three roof heights, three body lengths, and chassis cab and cutaway models. And because electric vehicles can mean reduced operating costs and significantly lower scheduled maintenance, you can switch to the E-Transit with less hassle. We take the words Built Ford Tough® seriously. We put it through the same durability tests we put all of our commercial vehicles through. So you can count on it to show up ready to work.

BUILT TO SUPPORT YOU
With Transit you get more than a van. You get a network of over 2,100 Ford EV-certified dealerships, including over 600 dedicated to commercial vehicles and access to over 13,500 charging stations. Plus, like all Transit models, you have access to our network of 13 upfitters located within 30 miles of our Kansas City Assembly Plant. All of which allows you to make the switch to electrification confident that we have your back.

BUILT FOR THE BOTTOM LINE
Going electric is just good business. With connected technologies and the ability to help you achieve sustainability goals, E-Transit is designed to handle what's happening now and what's coming next. And with a whisper-quiet powertrain and zero emissions, the E-Transit can work in environments where traditional work vehicles can't. All at a targeted starting MSRP under $45,000. *
 

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The E-Transit good for business overall in the U.S. and below you'll find some key points on why it is.

LEADING THE CHARGE

The best-selling commercial van brand in the U.S. is about to lead business into the future. Introducing the all-new, U.S.-assembled Ford E-Transit. The only electric work van that has the backing of the Ford Motor Company. That means an entire ecosystem of products, software and charging solutions that will allow you to seamlessly transition to the future of business.

BUILT BY THOSE WHO KNOW
The 2022 E-Transit isn't just all-electric, it's also all-Transit. That means you get the same work-ready vehicle you've come to rely on with three roof heights, three body lengths, and chassis cab and cutaway models. And because electric vehicles can mean reduced operating costs and significantly lower scheduled maintenance, you can switch to the E-Transit with less hassle. We take the words Built Ford Tough® seriously. We put it through the same durability tests we put all of our commercial vehicles through. So you can count on it to show up ready to work.

BUILT TO SUPPORT YOU
With Transit you get more than a van. You get a network of over 2,100 Ford EV-certified dealerships, including over 600 dedicated to commercial vehicles and access to over 13,500 charging stations. Plus, like all Transit models, you have access to our network of 13 upfitters located within 30 miles of our Kansas City Assembly Plant. All of which allows you to make the switch to electrification confident that we have your back.

BUILT FOR THE BOTTOM LINE
Going electric is just good business. With connected technologies and the ability to help you achieve sustainability goals, E-Transit is designed to handle what's happening now and what's coming next. And with a whisper-quiet powertrain and zero emissions, the E-Transit can work in environments where traditional work vehicles can't. All at a targeted starting MSRP under $45,000. *
Access to the charging network is going to be important. I really hope there won't be issues with charging stations or the charging apps.
 
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