What is the Ford Transit’s towing capacity?

My company recently got contracted for a job that requires some pretty heavy lifting. We are looking to rent some vehicles. What is the towing capacity for a Ford Transit?

Drew Waterstreet · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We are here to help you get the job done. The latest model of the Ford Transit offers a towing capacity upwards of 6,500 lbs, depending on the trim level.
The latest version of this utility van offers customizable cargo space and towing capacity–designed for just about any job. The Transit comes in three trim levels: Passenger, Crew, and Cargo. Here are the towing specifications that these models can be customized for:
  • Passenger: up to 4,600 lbs
  • Crew: up to 6,000 lbs
  • Cargo: up to 6,500 lbs
Ford uses three signature designs—F-150, F-250, and F-350—to accompany the trim levels. The right combination can get you maximum towing capacity.
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