If your business is deliveries or you need a workshop on wheels in Newberry or Trenton, the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo has your number. Available with three roof heights and three body lengths, the Transit Cargo can haul passengers and cargo with ease. The friendly folks at Plattner's Chiefland Ford in Chiefland, FL, would like to put you at ease by making the buying experience as painless as possible. We'll offer you a deal you can't refuse on a 2015 Ford Transit Cargo and will watch you drive back to your business in one this afternoon!
Let's see how the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo matches up against the Nissan NV Cargo.
In order to successfully move passengers and materials with ease all day long, you need a powerful engine to rise to the challenge, and the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo offers three! Pop the hood and see either a 3.7L V6 FFV with 275 hp, a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 with 310 horses, and an efficient 3.2L I5 Diesel with 185 horses. They're mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. By contrast, the Nissan NV Cargo offers two engines -- a 4.0L V6 with 261 hp and a 5.6L V8 with 317 horses. Both are mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. It's clear here, with the optional diesel and the standard powertrains, as well as the more versatile transmission, the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo offers more choices.
You're going to want as many comfort and convenience features as possible when you're driving around all day, and you'll get them in the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo. Power side mirrors, windows, and door locks are all standard, as well as two 12-volt power outlets and illuminated entry. You'll get one 12V power outlet on the Nissan NV Cargo -- but nothing else that the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo has to offer.
There's no denying how important space is when you're driving a cargo van like the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo or Nissan NV Cargo. Even though the NV Cargo is a longer vehicle, you get more cargo volume in the Transit Cargo van with 246.7 cubic feet of space vs. the NV Cargo's 234.1 cubic feet -- more than 13 cubic feet less than the 2015 Ford Transit Cargo. And you can choose three roof heights in the Transit Cargo -- low, medium and high while you only get low or high in the NV Cargo.