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    Ford Transit Custom 300 L2

    2.0 EcoBlue 130ps High Roof Limited Van

    3.00 tonnes


    1.03 tonnes


    43.5 mpg

    Fuel consumption

    2.92 metres

    Load length

    1.78 metres

    Load height

    1.77 metres

    Load width

    Leasing this van includes.

    Manufacturers warranty

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    Road tax

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    Breakdown cover

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    N mph

    Top speed

    130 bhp


    N secs


    1996 cc

    Engine size

    43.5 mpg

    Fuel consumption

    8.4 g/km




    Front Wheel Drive


    Key features.

    • 16" 6.5 alloy wheels
    • Front manual air conditioning
    • Remote central locking
    • Electric front windows with one touch facility for driver and front passenger
    • Cloth upholstery
    • Drivers airbag
    • Front outer passenger airbag with deactivation switch
    Ford Transit Custom

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    Ford Transit Custom review.

    By Jonathan Crouch

    Ten second review.

    The Transit Custom isn't Ford's largest Transit model line but it's an impressively versatile medium-sized LCV segment player that in first generation form was vastly improved in 2018, creating the product we're looking at here. Transit models have ruled the British large LCV market for around half a century and products like this one are the reason why.


    2/4/5dr medium/large van (2.0 EcoBlue diesel/1.0 EcoBoost PHEV petrol)

    Design and Build.

    There are several hundred Transit Custom derivatives from which to choose, with most being centred around the Panel Van body style. Adding people to the packaging mix means you might want to look at the Double-Cab-in-Van body shape with its extra rearward seats in front of the load bay. Or, if you want to give the whole space over to the carriage of people, there's the Kombi minibus or the more luxurious Tourneo large MPV model, both of which can seat either eight or nine. Our focus here though is the panel van version. A van needs to look smart, modern and professional. This one does, with signature kinetic design features that bring a purposeful stance and bold rising shoulder line, clearly marking out this Transit Custom as a cargo carrier very much of its time. Over 2,200 parts were changed in creating this revised version, so what we're looking at here is a bit more than just a facelift. Quite a few of them feature at the front, where the bonnet, the wings and the lower bumper area were all changed. Also new were the slimmer, more dynamic LED-framed headlamps which could include HID Xenon technology and which flank a bolder, high-mounted 3-bar Transit grille. Inside, the cabin design is very different from what went before. There was an all-new dash and instrument layout that on top models featured Ford's sophisticated 'SYNC 3' 8-inch infotainment touchscreen. This offers 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring, Bluetooth, audio and, if specified, navigational functions - and delivers intuitive voice control too. The seats were redesigned for greater support, materials quality was vastly better and there was a big increase in interior stowage around the cabin, primarily through the addition of three dash-top open stowage areas. As before, there's a three-person seating layout and the centre backrest folds down to create a desk-top area. In addition, the seat base lifts to reveal extra storage capacity. Flexibility when it comes to load-carrying practicality is of course a fundamental requirement of any van and Ford did its best to nail that here. As an example, a typical 'L1H1' Transit Custom with standard wheelbase and roof heights is capable of carrying up to 6.0m3 of cubic capacity. There's a load area height of 1,406mm and a class-leading width between the wheel arches of 1,351mm, plus a load area length of 2,554mm. In all variants, you can increase your load area length by 517mm by making use of a useful flap in the bulkhead which allows you to push really lengthy items into the cab. If you need something bigger in the Transit Custom range, a higher 'H2' roof height is available, as is a longer 'L2' wheelbase. Together, these two additions could potentially give you up to 8.3m3 of total capacity. The payload figures are class-competitive (up to 1,530kgs in the 'L1H1' model) and these readings will obviously be heavily influenced by the Gross Vehicle Weight you choose. There's a choice of 2,600kg, 2,800kg, 3,000kg, 3,200kg and 3,400kg series models, the longer 'L2' body shape only available with the three weightiest options.

    Market and Model.

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    Cost of Ownership.

    This Transit Custom generally has a strong reliability record, but our ownership survey did throw up a few issues to look out for. The interior isn't the last word in sophistication but it is hardwearing. This Transit is built to be extremely tough, and has benefited from many years of continual development. Check for damage to locks, tired rear suspension, rogered clutches and brakes and make sure that the load bay tie-downs aren't bent or broken. As usual, look for a full service history, with vehicles as recent as the Transit Custom, there's little excuse for skipped servicing or scrimping on maintenance. Look out for rusting rear door hinges and check the outer CV joint rubber boot covers for splits. They wear and if they let water in, the CV joints will wear quickly. On the test drive, listen for whistling during gear changes which references problems with the intercooler pipe. It splits where it rubs against a nut near the alternator. Underneath, check for oil leaks - there have been reports that the crank oil seal can let oil out between the engine and the gearbox. With the diesel engine, there are reports of noisy idler pulleys, and adjustment needed to the belt tensioner.


    (approx prices, based on a 2020-reg PHEV 1.0 EcoBoost ex VAT) As with most Ford models, spare parts are reasonably priced and very plentiful. You'll pay £8-£12 for an oil filter and £24-£27 for an air filter. It's £8-£52 for a wiper blade. Front brake pads are in the £25-£67 bracket. A pair of rear brake discs is around £110. A headlamp is in the £177-£259. A tail light is in the £127-£165 bracket. A water pump is around £50; a thermostat around £28. A shock absorber around £80-£98.

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