New and used Ford Transit price in Ghana
The Ford Transit is a range of light commercial vehicles produced by Ford since 1965. Sold primarily as a cargo van, the Transit is also built as a passenger van, minibus, cutaway van chassis, and as a pickup truck. Over 10 million Transits have been produced across four basic platform generations (debuted in 1965, 1986, 2000, and 2013, respectively), with several “facelift” versions of each.
|Model Year||Price in Cedis Ghana (GHC)|
|Ford Transit 2002 – 2003||34,000|
|Ford Transit 2004 – 2005||54,000|
|Ford Transit 2006 – 2007||135,000|
|Ford Transit 2008 – 2009||95,000|
|Ford Transit 2010 – 2011||70,000|
|Ford Transit 2012 – 2013||70,000|
|Ford Transit 2014 – 2015||75,000|
|Ford Transit2016 – 2017||200,000|
|Ford Transit 2018 – 2019||250,000|
- First Generation (1965-1986): The first Transit, introduced in 1965, was the first light commercial vehicle produced by Ford Europe. Created as a replacement for the Ford Thames 400E, it offered a variety of body styles, with a forward control design and a “unibody” structure.
- Second Generation (1986-2000): The second generation, known as the Transit MK3, represented a complete overhaul of the body and chassis. Its new design featured a more aerodynamic front-end and an updated cabin. The MK4 and MK5 models, released in the 1990s, were updates to the MK3 platform with facelifts and new engine options.
- Third Generation (2000-2013): Launched in 2000, the third generation or Transit MK6, came with an entirely new design, more in line with Ford’s global design language at the time. It was more rounded, larger, and featured improved drivability. The MK7, introduced in 2006, brought more engine options, a facelifted front-end, and higher-quality interior materials.
- Fourth Generation (2013-present): The 2013 Transit, known as MK8, is part of Ford’s global line-up of cars, sharing design cues with Ford’s other models. The vehicle’s style became more dynamic and modern. This generation introduced a range of new technology, including driver-assistance features and efficient engines.
Throughout its different generations, the Transit has been available in several body lengths, heights, and wheelbases. Engine options have ranged from smaller four-cylinder engines to larger five-cylinder engines, with choices of gasoline, diesel, and even a hybrid electric version in later models. Transmission options have typically included manual and automatic versions, with the number of gears increasing with recent generations.
With the latest models, specifications have included advanced driver assistance systems, such as Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keeping System, and Ford’s SYNC 3 communications and entertainment system.
3. Available models and their release dates:
- First Generation: 1965 – 1986
- Second Generation: 1986 – 2000 (with the MK4 in 1991 and MK5 in 1994 being substantial updates rather than entirely new platforms)
- Third Generation: 2000 – 2013 (with the MK7 introduced in 2006 as a significant update)
- Fourth Generation: 2013 – present
The Ford Transit’s versatility, reliability, and durability have made it Ford’s third best-selling vehicle globally, trailing only the F-150 and Ranger. Its numerous configurations cater to a wide range of industries, making it a popular choice for businesses worldwide.