/Ford Transit Celebrates 45th Birthday With Sapphire

Ford Transit Celebrates 45th Birthday With Sapphire

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To mark the 45th birthday of the legendary Transit van, Fork UK released a special edition called the Sapphire. This version of Britain’s best-selling van is powered by a 2.2L 115PS Euro 4 TDCi engine mated to a 6-speed transmission which also had 300 Nm of torque. It has 20,000 mile service intervals and starting from £14,995, it’s only £295 more than the last celebration model in 2005, the Transit “Hallmark”.

Common Standard Features
Air conditioning Air conditioning
Full width unglazed bulkhead Full width unglazed bulkhead
6000 RDS Radio/CD 6000 RDS Radio/CD
Power operated & heated mirrors Power operated & heated mirrors
Power operated front windows Power operated front windows
Quickclear heated front screen Quickclear heated front screen
Tinted glass Tinted glass
Metallic paint Unique Metallic paint (ink blue)
Front fog lights Front fog lights
Partial wheel covers Full wheel covers
Front and rear mudflaps Front and rear mudflaps
Second remote keyfob Second remote keyfob
ABS brakes with EBD ABS brakes with EBD

Additional Sapphire Standard Features
Silver Painted grille Silver painted mirror caps
Silver painted rear light guards Electronic stability programme (ESP)
Hill launch assist Bluetooth with voice control
Cruise Control Auto headlights
Auto wipers Shift indicator light
Trip computer Self charging fob
MP3 socket Rear trim boards
Bodyside mouldings DIN tie down hooks

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