Ford has revealed you can now order their next generation of Fiesta Van. They are predicting that the first deliveries will be received at the end of January. The diesel version of this van has fuel consumption of 76.4mpg which is the same as 100g/km in CO2 emissions.
There are three choices of engines, a 75hp 1.5 lire Duratorq TDCi which is replacing the already existing 1.4 engine. There is also an upgraded 95hp version which offers a more powerful option than the current 1.6TDCi. The new Fiesta Van ECOnetic has a specially developed engine which produces just 87g/km of CO2 emissions as a result of an Auto-Start-Stop system, lower suspension, low rolling resistance tyres and aerodynamic rear under-tray and wheel trims. Being eco-friendly means that less money is spent on fuel and it is easier to pay for commercial vehicle insurance each year. There is a petrol version of this van which has an 82hp 1.3 litre Duratec engine.
Across the range the loading area is still 1.0m3 and the maximum load length is 1,300mm. They pay load also ranges from 485kg to 508kg. As standard across the vans is a solid mesh topped steel bulkhead, there are also four load tie down rings and it comes with a durable rubber mat for the floor and the walls are also covered in a long lasting trim material.
The cab has been redesigned and now has a new centre-console, interfaces and displays and the switchgear has been moved. There are many extras that you can opt with for this van; these include 17 inch alloy wheels, rear view camera, hill start assist and easy fuel. They are also offering driver assistance and safety features that can come with the passenger vans. These include SYNC with emergency assist, MyKey technology and active city stop.