Ford Reveals New Fiesta Van; ‘Better Looking and More Streetwise’

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DUNTON, UK – This is the new Ford Fiesta Van, featuring confident new styling, an enhanced technology package and an efficient mild hybrid powertrain option to make the compact van more distinctive and productive than ever.

New Fiesta Van’s bold, distinctive exterior takes the vehicle’s expressive design to a new level, with more road presence and greater visual differentiation between the Trend and Sport series using unique styling elements, all-new wheel designs and revised interior trim.

“Our stylish compact van is now even better looking and more streetwise, helping customers promote their business and drive with confidence in and out of town,” said Brendan Lyne, director, Commercial Vehicles, Ford of Europe.

“The new Fiesta Van’s advanced driver assistance systems can make work less demanding for our customers, while its electrified powertrains and Ford Pro’s aftersales expertise help their businesses to thrive.”

Customers specifying the SYNC 3 with Navigation system further benefit from an onboard FordPass Connect modem which enables a powerful suite of tools to boost their productivity and simplify the working day. These include remote unlocking and data-driven maintenance alerts through the FORDLiive connected uptime system delivered via the FordPass Pro mobile app  or Ford Telematics. 

New Fiesta Van shares its bodyshell with the three-door Fiesta passenger car, adding a durable and grippy flat rear load floor, four tie-down points, and full-height bulkhead with steel mesh upper half for improved rearwards visibility. Vehicles for right-hand drive markets feature solid panels instead of rear glazing. Gross payload is up to 531 kg, with a 1,283 mm maximum load length giving a 0.96 m load volume.

Fiesta Van will be available in Belgium, Britain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland and Italy. Orders open this autumn, with customer deliveries set to begin from early 2022.

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